Are you looking for a way to manage those pictures you have stored in your computer? Then look no further because Microsoft Office picture manager allows you to edit your photos, share them with your friends and view those photos wherever you go. Office picture manager comes with a Locate Image feature that allows you to look for images that you need to edit. Once you have located those images, you can then use the various editing tools available on the picture manager. Some of the tools provided by picture manager to add transformation to your images include expanding, cropping, copying, pasting, cutting, changing image color, etc. If you want to share the pictures you have edited with your friends with Microsoft Office picture manager, you can do this using your email. Alternatively, you can create a picture library and share the pictures on your organization’s intranet.
How To Open Microsoft Office Picture Manager
To start Microsoft Office picture manager, you can go to Start and then select All Programs. Then, click on the Microsoft Office folder. You will find a Microsoft Office Tools folder. Click to open the folder and then click on Picture Manager. If you choose to open the program from your image, open the image you want to edit. Right click on the image. If you are using Office 2007, then select Open With and then click on Microsoft Office Picture Manager. But if you are running Office 2010, your picture will automatically open the picture manager.
Adding Shortcuts Using Picture Manager
Microsoft Office picture manager allows you to add shortcuts to the locations of the pictures you have edited. This helps you to open the pictures faster instead of having to navigate through folders that contain hundreds of pictures. You do not have to add picture categories. In fact once you have created a shortcut to your picture location, you can work on that picture as if you are working from your main library of pictures.
To create a shortcut to the folder that contains your pictures on Microsoft Office picture manager, just right click on that folder and select Create Shortcut. You can then drag and drop that shortcut on your desktop for easy access. To create a shortcut to one picture, you need to select the picture, then right-click on it and select Create Shortcut. You can then drag and drop the shortcut on your desktop. To open the image on Office 2007,right click and then select Open With. Then select Microsoft Office picture manager. If you are using Office 2010, the picture will automatically open in Picture Manager.
More Functionalities of Picture Manager
When editing your pictures using picture manager, you can use functions like crop, rotate and flip, color, resizing, red-eye removal, etc. Once you are done editing, you need to click on Save in order to save the picture. Alternatively, you can click on Save As to keep the original image but create a new one. Once you have saved your pictures using Microsoft Office picture manager, you can compress them so that sharing gets easy. Small sized images will display faster on a web browser than large images.