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Introduction

Microsoft Office 2003 comes with common drawing and graphics tools that you can use with any of the Office programs. You can draw and modify shapes and lines, and you can insert several different types of graphics, such as pictures, clip art, stylized text, organization charts, diagrams, and Graph charts. Once you insert a graphic, you can modify it to create the look you want. All the Office programs work with drawing and graphics in a similar way, so once you learn how to draw a shape or insert a graphic in one program, you know how to perform the same task in another program.

When you need to manage all the pictures on your computer, Microsoft Office Picture Manager gives you a flexible way to organize, edit, and share your pictures. With Picture Manager, you can view all the pictures on your computer no matter where you store them. If you need to edit a picture, you can use Picture Manager to remove red eye and to change brightness, contrast, and color. You can also crop, rotate and flip, resize, and compress a picture. When you're done editing your pictures, you can share them with others using e-mail or the SharePoint Picture Library.


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