Microsoft Paint

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Microsoft Paint, also called MS Paint or simply Paint is a computer program made by Microsoft. It allows people to create picture files as well as edit picture files saved on their computer. Microsoft Paint is also a program for adding texts to images saved on a computer. There are various tools to help people edit photos, including:[1]

  • the paint bucket
  • pencils
  • spray can
  • eraser
  • line and curved line tools
  • multiple shape tools
  • text tool
  • cut out tool

The program has a color palette displayed on the bottom left of the screen, as well as an "Edit Colors..." menu, allowing users to create all the shades they need.

Using the selection tools (the 2 tools at the top if the tools bar), users can select all or part of an image and then cut, copy, delete and paste it.

Many digital artists or editors prefer programs like Photoshop, but many on a tighter budget or with less time on their hands use Paint. Because of this, there are many Internet tutorials to help enhance the creative skill of every Microsoft Painter.

References[change | change source]

  1. Kamau, Patrick. "Introduction to MS Paint". TurboFuture. Retrieved 2021-05-13.