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Does windows come with a pixel grid tool?

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Hello,

Does Windows (7) come with a pixel grid tool? If not, does anyone know of a simple downloadable app to do the same thing?

On certain occasions, I find it would be extremely helpful to have a pixel grid to overlie whatever's on my screen. Better yet would be a grid which orients itself precisely to some defined origin such as the upper left corner or perfect center of the screen.

Does Windows have a tool like that or has anyone ever seen one?

Thanks
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Thanks a bunch Nobus.  That is exactly what I was hoping to find!
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glad i coulld help Steve
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