Microsoft Picture Editor


Submitted by Joseph John | Category: Technology | Published on Jul 21, 2010
 
Abstract:
Microsoft Picture Editor was an image editing application, which was available in Microsoft Office 97 to Office XP. But in Office 2003 and Office 2007, Microsoft Picture Editor has been replaced by Microsoft Office Picture Manager.

Microsoft Picture Editor was an image editing application, which was available in Microsoft Office 97 to Office XP. But in Office 2003 and Office 2007, Microsoft Picture Editor has been replaced by Microsoft Office Picture Manager.

Microsoft Picture Editor was used to perform texture, negative, adjust gamma and many others along with raster graphics. But some of its features have been removed in Microsoft Office Picture Manager.

Using Microsoft Office Picture Manager, one can crop, resize, and convert images between various formats with better picture quality. Many advanced features like saving, renaming, highlights, shadows, red-eye removal are included in it.

One of the striking features is its ability to link and upload pictures to a Microsoft SharePoint picture library. With the use of this feature, you can easily export photos from one Office program to other.

Reinstallation of Picture Editor
If you install Microsoft Office 2003 or Office 2007 on your computer, then setup program will remove all the standard elements of Office XP and one of them is Microsoft Photo Editor Program. You can reinstall Photo Editor from the following steps:

STEP 1.You has to insert the Microsoft Office XP CD-ROM into your computer's CD-ROM or DVD-ROM drive.
STEP 2.If the Office XP Setup program does not start automatically, follow these steps:
(a) Click Start and then click on Run.
(b) In the Open box, type drive: \Setup.exe, where drive is the letter of your CD-ROM or DVD-ROM drive.
STEP 3.Start to step through the Setup process, and then select Customize for the type of Setup to perform.
STEP 4.When you reach the Selecting Features step, set each node of the Setup tree to Not Available.
STEP 5.Under Features to install, expand Office Tools.
STEP 6.Click Microsoft Photo Editor, and then click Run from My Computer.
STEP 7.Click the option Install Now.
STEP 8.Click on OK when Office XP Setup has completed successfully.

 

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