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Chapter 13. Getting Images Into Your Doc... > Working with Microsoft Office Pictur...

Working with Microsoft Office Picture Manager

Word 2003 and Office 2003 include a new tool for managing, editing, and sharing pictures: Microsoft Office Picture Manager. As a standalone Windows application, Microsoft Office Picture Manager can work with any Office application—or virtually any other Windows application as well.


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Microsoft Office Picture Manager replaces Microsoft Photo Editor. However, Microsoft Photo Editor had several features that are not present in Microsoft Office Picture Manager—for example, effects such as posterization and embossing. (Note also that Microsoft Office Picture Manager and Microsoft Photo Editor in Office XP/Word 2002 have lost support for the older .PCX graphics format.)

If you own an older version of Word or Office, you may want to keep both Microsoft Office Picture Manager and Microsoft Photo Editor on your computer.



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