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Article is wrong again
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
Version 2 was bundled with Office 2000 Premium.
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
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 22.214.171.124 (talk) 02:38, 3 June 2010 (UTC)