using ms paint using command line

i want to save a ms paint document with filename on specific location using command prompt ??????
Vicky SharmaAsked:
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copy c:\filelocation\filename.bmp c:\anotherfilelocation\filename.bmp

David Johnson, CD, MVPOwnerCommented:
can't be done, mspaint doesn't have any command line options
Joe Winograd, Fellow&MVEDeveloperCommented:
Hi Vicky,
If you're looking for a Paint-like utility (and then some) with a robust command line interface, give (the free and excellent!) IrfanView a try:

After installing it, there will be a plain text file called i_options.txt in the installation folder (such as c:\Program Files\IrfanView\ or c:\Program Files (x86)\IrfanView\) that documents all the command line options (attached to this post from the latest version of IrfanView, 4.51, under "Fair Use"). Regards, Joe
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