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Microsoft Word crop function

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by inquirer300, Jan 12, 2010.

  1. inquirer300

    inquirer300 Flightless Bird

    When using the Picture toolbar and the crop function in Word (Word 2002 SP3),
    what is the most practical way to decrease the coarseness of the cropping of
    an image?

    Previously, I was using the freeware 20/20 image editing program to
    rubberband an image with the mouse and could easily paste it into a Word or
    PowerPoint file using Windows XP Professional 32-bit at my workplace. We've
    gone to XP 64-bit and the 20/20 image editing program doesn't work. Does
    someone know of a licensed image editor that is compatible with XP 64-bit if
    no other method is practical through cropping or any other method? (The
    company I work for is not comfortable with freeware and would rather use a
    licensed alternative.)
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    Inquirer300
     
  2. PA Bear [MS MVP]

    PA Bear [MS MVP] Flightless Bird

    Repost your question in a Word newsgroup, please.

    inquirer300 wrote:
    > When using the Picture toolbar and the crop function in Word (Word 2002
    > SP3), what is the most practical way to decrease the coarseness of the
    > cropping of an image?
    >
    > Previously, I was using the freeware 20/20 image editing program to
    > rubberband an image with the mouse and could easily paste it into a Word
    > or
    > PowerPoint file using Windows XP Professional 32-bit at my workplace.
    > We've
    > gone to XP 64-bit and the 20/20 image editing program doesn't work. Does
    > someone know of a licensed image editor that is compatible with XP 64-bit
    > if
    > no other method is practical through cropping or any other method? (The
    > company I work for is not comfortable with freeware and would rather use a
    > licensed alternative.)
     

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