Re: The Old Microsoft Imaging vs New



Gregg Rivers [MSFT]
07-09-2005, 10:55 PM
Hello Paul,

Are you talking about the imaging software that opens when you double-click
an image file? If so, that is the Windows Picture and Fax Viewer and it is
designed just as a lightweight viewer, not an editor. If you want to edit
your pictures, try MS Paint. You can open it by right-clicking your
picture, choose Open With, then choose Paint from the list.

Thanks,
Gregg Rivers [MSFT]

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"Paul Wilson" <PaulWilson@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:7AC90269-C53D-421F-A21B-D0D8754ED9AA@microsoft.com...
> New Imaging software on XP does not seem to be as flexible as the old
> Imaging
> on Windows 98 and Windows 2000.
>
> Cannot select portions of an image and move them.
>
> Any hints?
> --
> Paul The Helper Man


Re: The Old Microsoft Imaging vs New