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This tutorial explains how to resize an image using Microsoft Picture Manager 2003.
This tutorial requires you have an installed version of Microsoft Picture Manager 2003 which come bundled as part of the Microsoft Office 2003 package (or younger).
Microsoft Picture Manager replaces Microsoft Photo Editor, which used to come with Microsoft Office (before the 2003 edition). Picture Manager is not a photo editor by any means, but it can perform a couple of quick actions that we'll discuss here.
Picture Manager is installed by default into the Microsoft Office Tools program menu that can be accessed from your Window's start bar.
Opening Picture Manager in this way will display any pictures you have in your "My Pictures" (located in the "My Documents" folder).
Make sure the folders that contain the pictures you want to work with are displayed in the Picture Shortcuts pane. If the folders aren't listed, add them to the pane.
Select the folders containing the pictures you want to work with.
Do one of the following in the Picture Shortcuts list:
When multiple folders are selected, all the pictures from the selected folders are displayed in their current sort order in the preview pane.
Select the pictures you want to work with.
Do one of the following in the preview pane:
Note: Microsoft Office Picture Manager will always preserve the aspect ratio (The ratio between picture width and picture height. This ratio can be maintained even when resizing a picture.) when resizing a picture.
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