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Microsoft photo editor to edit image

Using MS Photo Editor to adjust the color of image

It may take you a few tries to get the rectangle sized appropriately. Just click anywhere outside the rectangle to deselect and draw again.

Although today's scanners generally do a remarkable job reproducing the colors of the original source photo, inevitably minor touch-up editing is required.

Select Image / Balance and adjust the settings as desired:

 

Resize an Image using Microsoft Photo Editor

To resize an image so that image stays in proportion do not put any ticks in Allow distortion or Smooth.

  1. In the Resize Images tool, select one of the following options:

  2. Percentage of original: resizes the images to a percentage of their original size.

  3. Size in pixels: resizes the images to a specific size in pixels.

  4. Actual/Print size: resize the images to specific printed dimensions.

Just fill in the information in the width and height field. You can resize the image in cm, inches or pixels (100 pixels is approximately 1 inch or 2.5cm)

 

Using MS Photo Editor to Rotate an Image

Open Microsoft Photo Editor

Click on the Rotate tool in the Toolbar

Click the Rotate tool until your image rotates to desired direction.

From the File menu (or open icon), choose Open. Navigate to where you have your photos or images stored. Click on the one you want to open.

Using MS Photo Editor to Change the Resolution of an Image

 Resolution is the number of pixels in an image. A higher number correlated to a higher quality of image. Sometimes you want to decrease the resolution of an image to lower the file size. REMEMBER, you can decrease the number of pixels in an image.

Open Microsoft Photo Editor

From the File menu (or open icon), choose Open. Navigate to where you have your photos or images stored. Click on the one you want to open.

From the File menu, choose Properties

  1. Percentage of original: resizes the images to a percentage of their original size.

  2. Size in pixels: resizes the images to a specific size in pixels.

  3. Actual/Print size: resize the images to specific printed dimensions.

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Microsoft photo editor to edit image