Editing pictures

- using the "build-in" photo editor from Windows

Playing with images - editing pictures - is one of the really fun parts of using a computer. Maybe you want to use your own photos in a birthday email, or you just want to resize your photos to be able to share them with friends and family.There are a lot of Free photo editors to choose from.

For simple editing like resizing, cropping, adjusting brightness and contrast, Windows users have a great tool already:

The Microsoft Office Picture Manager

If you want to learn how to use it to edit your images, you can download this little manual. It is a PDF file and you download it by clicking the link below. You will need Adobe Acrobat Reader to view it and if you don't have that, you can download it HERE

When you are sure you have the Reader, you can download this little manual: Editing Images

When you click the link above, it will open a new window with the PDF file.If you want to save it on your hard disk...

  • Click Files
  • then "Save as..
  • - define where on your computer you want to save itName the file (or leave it as is)
  • Click OK

If you are willing to spend some money on a good photo editor, I can recommend Photo Elements

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