Talk:Microsoft Office Picture Manager

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Differences between Mircosoft Paint and Office Picture Manager[edit]

Microsoft Paint can resize (Image/Stretch/Skew...), crop (using the handles to the side of the image) and convert pictures into different formats (Save As supports jpg, gif, png and tif). Are there any other differences between the two? --Kel-nage 15:21, 29 May 2005.>3rd july 2010>>> paint is a basic bitmap graphics painting software and comes free with windows.it allows you to use many tools such as colour fill,pencil,paintbrush,shapes,magnifier and also allows you to add text.

office picture manager is allows you to edit,share and view your image.picture manager will correct your image to the way you want them such as making the tone of the picture brighter or make it dim.it comes with microsoft starting version 2003. you can copy and paste images from picture manager and use them on any other document.(iram birmingham)

Image Editor or Image Viewer?[edit]

While it has a cumbersome and somewhat strange interface, Picture Manager is an Image Viewer before a Bitmap Editor. Maybe a category change would be aplicable? Memo 00:12, 2 March 2006 (UTC)

Comparison to paint[edit]

I feel this is unfair - it's closer to Picasa in it's capabilities.

If you try to resize something in paint it comes out all pixelly and mushed up, in OPM it's much cleaner.

Stub notice removal?[edit]

I've expanded the article somewhat, but I don't know yet if the stub message should be removed or not. -Mardus 01:41, 23 October 2006 (UTC)

MS Again go the wrong way (Office 2003 to Office 2007)[edit]

I modified my XP so when I right click on a pic and click on Edit it will open Picture Manger. The Office 2003 works great. It open the picture and ready to edit no matter where the picture is located. But with Picture Manager 2007, it default to open in "My Pictures" folder. No more "File>Open" or "Ctrl + O". I could add the "Shortcut picture" folder but I never know where the pic I'll be opening next time. And when I right click and edit the picture like I did in 2003, it just open the "My Picture" folder and does nothing. This is so annoying. What a big step backward.