Microsoft Photo Editor

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Microsoft Photo Editor
Microsoft Photo Editor icon.png
A screenshot of Photo Editor running on Windows XP
A screenshot of Photo Editor running on Windows XP
Developer(s)Microsoft
Stable release
3.0.2.3 / December 15, 2000; 19 years ago (2000-12-15)
Preview release
None
Operating systemMicrosoft Windows
TypeRaster graphics editor
LicenseProprietary
Websitesupport.microsoft.com/kb/169938

Microsoft Photo Editor is a raster graphics editor component of Microsoft Office first included with Microsoft Office 97. It features editing tools to texturize, create negatives, adjust gamma, and add transparency to GIF images. It was replaced in Microsoft Office 2003 by Microsoft Office Picture Manager, although many Photo Editor features were not available in Picture Manager.[1]

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  1. ^ "List of Photo Editor features that are not available in Picture Manager". Support. Microsoft.

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