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Microsoft Office Picture Manager 10

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A Very Simple Yet Effective Photo Application Tool for Beginners

By Sam James

On Friday, July 25, 2014

I am fond of taking pictures. Tiny little details say too much. So whenever I take pictures, I always take into particular on the simplest details. My one year old baby loves taking her own selfies. She adores her picture so much. She always tries to smile at the camera and pose. Preservation and restoration are my priority. I need to preserve these images for future reference and I need to restore damaged photos after some time. So what simple yet effective tool can help me with my needs? I found this tool that simply captures my interest. It is a pre packed application tool with an office program. I can resize and crop images in an instant. It has an Edit Pictures Feature which allows me to crop and resize images. All in all, this image application tool will surely help you with your day to day photo editing sessions. New users will absolutely love this tool because of its simplicity and efficiency on its output.

Pros

  • It is very easy to install
  • t is simple and effective

Cons

  • It has no major upgrades
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THE BASIC IMAGE EDITING AND MANAGEMENT PROGRAM THA IS EASY AND COMFORTABLE TO USE

By Dann Kamau

On Wednesday, May 13, 2015

Microsoft Office Picture Manager 10

To me, this program is quite easy to use and its effectiveness in notable. Though I also use the newer program Windows Live Photo Gallery which is more advanced, I still find this program more comfortable and convenient to use. It is a program that was included with MS Office suite version 2003 through to 2010. It is no longer included with 2013 and hence it becomes necessary to download and install it to make it inclusive. It will be installed in the same folder as the MS Office 2013 suite and I can access it from the start menu and from the MS Office folder. It actually replaces MS Photo Editor which was included up to MS Office XP.

With this program I can be able to carry out picture brightness contrast, change colors, crop, rotate and flip images and still remove the ‘red eye’ effect. I also will be able to prepare my images for attachment to any word document or email to share online with friends. The design interface is quite simple to use with clear menu options making it very easy to use.

Pros

  • Easy to install and use
  • Enables users to share images online

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  • Option to war a filename already exists when saving another document of same name does not exist
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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

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  • Has been replaced by Windows Live Photo Gallery
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Review

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