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    Bronze Lounger
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    The New Picture Manager

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    Why does MS do this to us?

    OK in Office 2003, MS has some thing called MS Office Picture Manager. I like some of its features, but I don't seem to be able to Save As a Bitmap image, into a JPEG format.

    Where is the support of MSO Picture Manager? Could not find it in the MSKB list of products?

    Is MS Photo Draw available as a stand alone product, or is it only installed with a MS Office installation? I would like to get it back.

    Thanks for your help.

    Wassim
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    Re: The New Picture Manager

    Microsoft PhotoDraw has been doscontinued for almost three years: see here. So unless you have an old CD containing it lying around, you're out of luck.

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    Re: The New Picture Manager

    They have "Picture it" which comes in 3 different versions. I use Digital Image Pro and is a very good competitor to Adobe Photo Elements.
    Note I also use Elements and Paint Shop Pro, they all have some different tricks that the others do not.

    Now running HP Pavilion a6528p, with Win7 64 Bit OS.

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