Paint has come a long way over the years. It is included with every copy of Windows and is more than just a bitmap editor (BMP). The version that comes with Windows 7 and 8 allows us to edit JPG, TIFF, GIF and PNG files and has a better toolbar for editing and cropping.
To edit the photos you take on your camera or phone, there are many options out there , from the complex and expensive Photoshop, to the old stand by MS Paint. Merging images doesn't require the use of powerful software. Microsoft has included a basic photo editor called Microsoft Paint with every operating system since Windows XP. The Microsoft Paint software, included with Windows operating systems provides tools for simple tasks such as combining pictures. It allows an easy and fast process to merge images. It also enables image merging for any size of file in any commonly used image format according to your choice.
1 Go to Start-->All Programs-->Accessories-->Paint to open the Microsoft Paint program.
2 Now choose "Open." In the file selection dialog box, highlight the first image to merge and then click the "Open" button.
3 Adjust the image of your requirement by holding the anchor square on the bottom-right corner of the image.
4 Click on "Paste" and select "Paste From" option. Select your second image from its location on your hard drive and double-click on it. The second image is loaded. It will be pasted on top of the first image. Now, adjust the image of your requirement by holding the anchor square on the bottom-right corner of the image.
5 Give the new merged image a name by typing it in the "File Name" box and click the "Save" button.
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