How to edit tif file by Microsoft Office 2003 Picture manager?

Posted on 2009-04-20
Last Modified: 2012-08-14
I want to edit a tif file whcih contains 3 pages.
How can i use MS Office 2003 Picture Manager to cut off just a part of it?
For exapmle, i want to cut off a logo from the file.
I've try the Crop option, it only allow me to keep the crop part as a new file. But i want to keep the original part.
Any advise? Many thanks.
I am using XP SP3 and Office 2003.
Question by:dickchan
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    How are you doing?

    You are really limited with Office 2003 Picture Manager. See this tutorial, which is for removing people from photos, but will work for what you want to do:

    The author is using Adobe Photoshop, but don't worry if you do not have it, you can download a free trial here:

    Also - there is an extended version of MS paint (paint.NET) that allows a much greater ability to manipulate photos. This is free and can be download here:
    To see paint.NET in use, see this:

    Hope this helps,

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