∟Introduction to "Paint" - The Simplest Graphics Tool
This section provides a quick introduction of 'Paint' program. A list of main features and a quick instruction on how to start are also included.
"Paint" is probably the simplest graphics tool available on a Windows system.
It is very simple, but good enough to handle tasks of creating and editing computer graphics files
with the following features:
Support multiple graphics file formats, including BMP, JPEG, and GIF.
Support monochrome and color graphics up to 16M (24-bit) colors.
Support graphics rotating and flipping.
Support graphics stretching and skewing.
Support a number of interesting editing tools: Free-Form Select, Fill with Color, Pick Color,
Magnifier, Brush, Airbrush, Text, Line, Curve, Polygon, Ellipse, Rounded Rectangle, etc.
Here is how to start and end "Paint" program:
1. To start "Paint", Click "Start > All Programs > Accessories > Paint". Paint program starts with a blank graphic
as shown in the picture below:
2. To end "Paint", click the Paint menu, then "Exit".