MS photo editor: Cropping an Image
Cropping an Image
Open the image in the normal way
Choose the select tool from the tool bar (box made of a dashed line)
Create a box around the area of the image you want to keep by clicking the mouse and dragging
Choose Image from the top menu
Click the 'OK' button on the pop-up window
MS photo editor :File menu
Allows you to Open a saved file or create a New image file. It also allows you to save your image file in a variety of file formats, or revert to a previously saved file format. You can scan an image from the File menu or you can use the scanner icon on the toolbar to scan. The File menu also allows you to print an image, send an image via e-mail, and display the properties of the current image.
Allows you to cut, paste, select, and undo.
Ms. Photo Editor was lost
Has anyone ever managed completely to lose Photo Editor, as I have just done?
Can anyone please tell me where it lives in the system and, more importantly, what I can do to get it back. My wife will kill me, if she finds out that she cannot view her photos (though I realise that I can get at them, using my expanded Send To)
Photo Editor has always worked perfectly and was doing so, when I last used it 2 weeks ago. I cannot imagine what I could have done to lose it.
Clicking the Desktop icon produces this error message:-
"C:\WINDOWS\Desktop\Microsoft Photo Editor.Ink
The Managed Software Installer failed to install the program
associated with this file. Please contact your system administrator"
Photo Editor has vanished from the Start > Programs list and it is neither in the Add/Remove Programs nor in any other list that I can find.
Using Start > Find produces just "C\WINDOWS\Desktop" and "C\WINDOWS\Send To". Clicking on either of these produces just the error message mentioned above.
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