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Bring Picture Manager back to Office bundle

MS took picture manager out of Office 2013. Ever since then MANY people have been complaining the the Win 8/10 "replacements" are inadequate. They are not functional matches for Picture Manager, therefore they are not real replacements.

Picture manager is available as part of some other free Office tool downloads. But they are for Office 2007 and are soon to be disappeared.

Please add Picture manager back to the Office installer.

Or, create a standalone installer for Picture manager and include links to that installer in the Office bundles so people can find it easily.

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      • Anonymous commented  · 

        Please add Picture manager back to the Office installer.

      • dandan commented  · 

        The ONLY tool I use for editing. By far provides the best product and is very easy to use.

      • Anonymous commented  · 

        Please bring back the Microsoft Office Picture Manager. I've used it for years. Please let me know what plans are in place for this or a never version of Microsoft Office Picture Manager that can be used. Thank you

      • PerezPerez commented  · 

        Office Picture Manager is the program that crops, renames, and resizes pictures easily as you inspect and handle images. I used this program almost every day until my HD crashed and lost all programs.
        Now I have my compu again and in the process of loading all software the reliable and simple Picture Manager is not available.

        Bring it back again as a stand alone program/utility.

      • Justina CamberosJustina Camberos commented  · 

        Please bring back Picture Manager! I use it all the time at work. Since they "upgraded" our company to Office 2016, I've lost Picture Manager and Clip Art. Can't function in MS Paint and need Picture Manager. Why would you take that away?!

      • Gary ShapiroGary Shapiro commented  · 

        I have used Picture Manager to edit my pictures on Office 2007 for years. Now I have to email my photo to my old computer running 2007. Please bring back Picture Manager so I can finally retire the old Inspiron.

      • Anonymous commented  · 

        Please bring it back! Why did you eliminate an easy to use, effective program?

      • LeeLee commented  · 

        PLease, I love it and need it, SnagIt ind Snip are ok but Pic Mgr is so much easier and excellent

      • Ms SparksMs Sparks commented  · 

        There is no program that crops, renames, and resizes pictures as easily as Picture Manager.

        I have to crop pictures on the fly ALL THE TIME to fit into social media or resize so I can upload or email the picture.

        I use this program several times every week.

        I've currently used the work-around to utilize the 2007 office tools but I this last time it was much harder to find and I fear soon it won't work at all.

        BRING IT BACK

      • EmirEmir commented  · 

        Please bring it back!

      • John BelluardoJohn Belluardo commented  · 

        You need to bring back Picture Manager in Office. Your current windows picture editor lacks the features of picture manager. You currently have no white balance as an example.

      • RonRon commented  · 

        Picture Manager back to Office bundle Please bring it back!
        Thanks

      • Anonymous commented  · 

        I used MS Picture Manager all the time and can not find anything that works as well as it did or is as easy to deal with. Why on earth MS would remove a feature that so many folks use is just CRAZY. I know that there are programs that can be installed to add it to my computer, but no one would have to be trying to do that if MS didn't remove it in the first place

      • ron007ron007 commented  · 

        Download the sharePoint installation file I provided the link for in my earlier reply.

        Run the installation program.

        Watch for and select the "Custom Install" option

        Then you tell the installer you only want to OneNote.

      • Anonymous commented  · 

        how to installing microsoft picture manager

      • ron007ron007 commented  · 

        Jose: look at my Nov 2015 reply I has links to 2007 SharePoint which includes Picture Manager

      • Jose DoriaJose Doria commented  · 

        Could PLEASE give us a link to download Picture Manager!?!?! Its usefull!!!

      • Anonymous commented  · 

        Bring Picture Manager back to Office bundle !!!!!!!!!!!!!

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