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Microsoft Digital Image Suite

Posted by mare_wbpa (My Page) on
Sat, Jun 30, 07 at 22:49

I have been using Microsoft Picture It, I think it is the 2000 edition. I also have Photo Shop but can't seem to get the hang of it. I was wondering if it would be worth it to upgrade to the newer version of Picture It (Digital Image Suite), which I can get fairly resonably on Ebay?

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RE: Microsoft Digital Image Suite

Picture it 2000 does some stuff that the new one doesn't do. I use photoshop elements to edit the picture and then move it to 2000 to lay it out. You can layout the picures on 12x12 or 8x8 pages and make the picures the size you want, save it and then pull all the pictures off the pages, change the pages to 81/2 x11 and pull them back on the pages and line them up to print. I save each 81/2x11 page as a jpeg and print. I have the new microsoft program because picture it 2000 would not load on my new computer and the 2000 is much easier to use. Photoshop elements is simpler than the real photoshop and I can do pretty much with it.

RE: Microsoft Digital Image Suite

Definately worth the ugrade - go to Digital Image Suite 2006 Anniversary if you can find it.

RE: Microsoft Digital Image Suite

I use Digital Image and love it. I do miss some of the Picture it tools.

Digital Imaging is being discontinued but it is worth the investment.

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