How can i edit my pictures ?
used this 3 Steps to edith your pictures ok.
1. Open Microsoft Paint. MicrosoftPaint--also referred to simply as "Paint" in Microsoft's own Paintoverview--may be accessed in one of two ways. To open the program directly,click on the "Start" icon on the bottom left-hand side of the screen.From here choose "All Programs," "Accessories" and thenclick on "Paint." Once Paint is running, choose "File" andthen "Ope"n from the pull-down menu, navigate to the photograph youwish to edit, and click to open.
Paintmay also be launched if a photograph is already open in Picture Viewer. Simply press "ctrl+e," and Paint willopen as the default editor.
2. Edit the picture. Once a photograph is open in Paint, it maybe manipulated in a number of common ways, such as cropping and resizing. Thereare also tools for those who are artistically inclined. Eraser tools may beused to delete specific portions of a picture; virtual paintbrushes will draw,spray or paint colors to the user's liking; and a text tool will allow theaddition of text messages in the font and color of the user's choosing.
Agreat number of tools are available, however, so the best way to fully exploitPaint's features may be throughexperimentation or using resources, such as "Instructions for MSPaint," which is available online via the Arts and Sciences department ofWashington University in St. Louis.
3. Experiment with other editingprograms. As useful as Microsoft Paint may be for editing pictures in WindowsXP, it lacks some common tools that are offered by a number of third-partyphoto editing programs. One of these is Picasa, a free photo editing solutionoffered by Google. Once downloaded and installed, Picasa offers a variety ofcontrols designed to be intuitive and user-friendly that will address manycommon problems found in amateur photographs. Tools are included to adjustcontrast, color correction and provide the ability to selectively brighten darkareas of a picture. A "red-eye" removal tool finds eyes inphotographs and automatically removes the offending red glare
hope in can help
Sep 02, 2011 |
Computers & Internet