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Microsoft Office Picture Manager 10

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USER REVIEWS

Best Photo Manager Yet for Editing and Enhancing Your Selfie Images

By Sam James

On Tuesday, August 11, 2015

Today, taking pictures is just one button away. We love taking pictures and doing "selfies" on places we visit. I have tried using this software application tool that effectively organizes images with basic photo editing features. I was able to browse the interface of this program, and the left pane shows easy access to specific folders. Some features include adding picture shortcut that allows me to add photos in an instant. Next is the locate pictures shortcut which easily locates your images saved, search local drives shortcut which allows you to search your local drives. Another is the delete feature which deletes an image or the contents of your folder. Last interesting feature that caught me is the conversion of image files to different photo formats such as WMF, TIFF, PNG, JPEG, GIF, EMF and BMP. This program manager also has photo editing tool that can crop, rotate, adjust brightness and contrast, remove red eye, resize and compress images. All in all, this photo manager application is very useful in organizing and managing your images.

Pros

  • Effective on organizing and managing images
  • Easy access on location of photos

Cons

  • Photo Manager Application for a fee
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Basic Photo Editor with Simple but Unique and Advanced Features

By Sam James

On Friday, August 1, 2014

When requiring basic editing tasks for various images and photos, I use the MS Office Picture Manager. I use it for basic editing because it loads pretty fast. I use it to crop, resize, and convert images in various formats. Unlike MS Office Paint, which is also used to edit images, Picture Manager produces comparably better picture quality because of its ability to compress images and even select the compression level to be applied. Its features are easy to use such as the image compression, and resizing. However, it does not have drawing or text-editing tools. In addition, although it is mainly used for basic editing, it includes several advanced capabilities. It can save and rename images in batches, fine-tune midtones, add highlights and shadows, and remove red-eye. Its unique feature is its ability to link and upload images to a picture library in Microsoft SharePoint. It can easily export photos to other MS Office programs, too.

Pros

  • Can compress and resize images
  • Can crop and convert images to various formats

Cons

  • Has been replaced by Windows Live Photo Gallery
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GREAT TOOL TO USE TO EDIT AND MANNAGE PHOTOS UNDER MICROSOFT OFFICE

By Hande Njr

On Tuesday, October 21, 2014

This is a program designed by Microsoft specifically tailor-made for windows users it is available on Office suites in between and including 2010 way down to 2003.It was created to do away with the Photo Editor that was the program that dealt with its kind of work in previous office versions. It is simply a photo management and editing tool. It has an awesome and simple interface on the upper side it has several toolbars thus the standard, formatting, picture shortcuts and task pane. Each of this has several menus that assist the user to perform various tasks. The functions are File, Edit, view, picture, tools and help. For instance File will have options to add new photos, to save or locate new photos for a destined location on the computer. Edit mainly helps in editing of photos; View is for viewing pictures whereas a tool has functions that enable customization of functions. The help option is to assist users if they get stranded as they use the application. The editing capabilities offered under this software are basically to make the photo appear better. I like the fact that it has the auto correct option that summarizes the individual editing option by one click .Hence photos a good final look. It has a smart way of arranging photos as you view them either under the thumbnail, filmstrip or single picture view. It is generally a great application.

Pros

  • It has many different views.
  • It has a simple and basic interface.

Cons

  • It is very simple,thus cannot be used for complex work.
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Microsoft Office Picture Manager 10 is a basic photo editor with management options. The software will find the pictures on your computer, help to correct, enhance and create a picture library. Using shortcuts you will always have all your images located and categorized. Share it online or easily send via email to your friends and family.

In 2010 this program had been replaced by Windows Live Photo Gallery but many users are still using Microsoft Office Picture Manager 10 because is a lot easier than the new program and offers better options for photo visualization. Download Microsoft Office Picture Manager 10 from our website and learn how to install it on Microsoft Office 2013 Suite in few simple steps.

Able to compress images
Able to compress images

How to Use

Once you download the software it will be installed in the same folder as the Microsoft Office Suite. You can access it through the Start menu and from the Microsoft Office folder or by right-clicking on a picture and choosing Microsoft Office Picture Manager with the “Open With” option. Creating the shortcuts is also simple. We can add shortcuts to the photo locations and add as many as we want to each picture.

Most users are still using Microsoft Office Picture Manager 10 because it is easier than the new program and offers better options for photo visualization

The retouching tools are simple but effective. Microsoft Office Picture Manager 10 has included: brightness, contrast and color controls; crop, rotate and flip tools; and red-eye removal effect. These are basic tools and effects, but enough for a quick retouch, to prepare images to be attached to any Word document or just to share via email or with your work group.

To use this 2010 version with Microsoft Office 2013 installed, just follow the following steps:

- Download Microsoft Office 2010 software from PHPNuke.org

- Start choosing Customize Installation on the Installation Menu

- On the option list (next screen), click on each program and select ‘Not Available’

- After that look for ‘Microsoft Office Picture Manager’ and select “Run from my computer”

- Basically we are telling the installation program to install Picture Manager and ignore the rest of the Suite.

Finish the process by clicking on “Install Now” and when finished, we will be able to use Picture Manager 10 in Office 2013

On the option list (next screen), click on each program and select ‘Not Available
On the option list (next screen), click on each program and select ‘Not Available

Microsoft Office Picture Manager 10 Features

Check out all the possibilities that Microsoft Office Picture Manager 10 offers:

  • Basic photo editor tools
  • Able to export in different formats
  • Acceptable picture quality
  • Able to compress images
  • Different effects and image controls

For more information about Microsoft Office Picture Manager 10 feel free to check the developer’s website .

System Requirements

Before downloading this software, please check that your computer has the minimum system requirements to run:

  • Operating System: Windows XP with Service Pack 3 installed
  • RAM: minimum of 256 MB
  • Hard Disk space: at least 3.0 GB free space
  • Graphic Card: 64 MB with DirectX 9.0c installed for hardware acceleration

Pros
  • Share your pictures by email
  • Completely easy to use
  • Works with the Office Suite
Cons
  • Quite basic
  • Not included on Office 2013