Talk:Microsoft PhotoDraw

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Article is wrong again[edit]

PhotoDraw's native .mix format is not compatible with any version of Office, unless the system has or has previously had PhotoDraw installed on it - in which case presumably import/export filters remain resident. If the .mix file has multiple layers, there is NO means of opening it in any other software package, on any platform. Bedbuggie 01:34, 7 March 2007 (UTC)Bedbuggie


There is something wrong here: In this article, Picture It! came AFTER PhotoDraw. In the Picture It! article, it seems the other way round.

Article is wrong[edit]

Version 2 was bundled with Office 2000 Premium.

Aux[edit]

Added some extensionst to the article earlier, and today I decided to remove the reference for Microsoft Digital Image. The line removed suggested that PhotoDraw was "reborn" under the name of DI but this is wrong: PhotoDraw is a powerful graphic application while Digital Image is a different product, focusing on image manipulation and processing, and has nothing common with PhotoDraw. PhotoDraw still awaits its resurrection. MSfan.

10th Anniversary of Cancellation[edit]

Those of us who worked on PhotoDraw would like to point out that PhotoDraw was cancelled internally at Microsoft effective 5/25/2000. —Preceding unsigned comment added by 131.107.0.70 (talk) 02:38, 3 June 2010 (UTC)