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How to Install Microsoft Office Picture Manager in Office 2013

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Joe Winograd, EE MVE 2015&2016
50+ yrs in computer industry. Everything from programming to sales. OS kernel dev on mainframes. CIO. Document imaging. EE MVE 2015 & 2016.
Microsoft Office Picture Manager is not included in Office 2013. This comes as quite a surprise to users upgrading from earlier versions of Office, such as 2007 and 2010, where Picture Manager was included as a standard application. This video explains how to correct this serious omission by the folks in Redmond and install (for free!) Microsoft Office Picture Manager 2010, which plays very nicely with Office 2013. This video Micro Tutorial is fully documented in my Experts Exchange article, How to Install Microsoft Office Picture Manager in Office 2013.

Video Steps

1. Determine the bit-level of your Office 2013.


Open any Word document (a new, blank one is fine).

To see if you have the 32-bit or 64-bit version of Office 2013, click the File menu, then Account, then About Word.

Step1a
Step1b

2. Download the Microsoft SharePoint Designer.


Download the matching bit-level for your Office 2013 from one of these links:

32-bit
http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=16573

64-bit
http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=24309

Step2

3. Run the downloaded SharePoint installer.


Using Windows/File Explorer (or whatever file manager you prefer), execute the downloaded installer and on the opening screen click the Customize button.

Step3

4. Mark all three program sections as Not Available.


Click the drop-down on Microsoft SharePoint Designer and select Not Available.

Click the drop-down on Office Shared Features and select Not Available.

Click the drop-down on Office Tools and select Not Available.

Step4a
Step4b

5. Select Picture Manager to install.


Click the plus sign for Office Tools to expand it.

Click the drop-down on Microsoft Office Picture Manager and select Run from My Computer.

Click Install Now.

Step5

6. Close the dialog showing that the installation was completed.


Click the Close button.

Step6

7. View the Microsoft Office 2010 Tools program group.


Look in your program groups and you will find a new one called Microsoft Office 2010 Tools.

Open it up and you will see a shortcut to Microsoft Office Picture Manager.

Step7

8. Run Picture Manager.


Click the Microsoft Office Picture Manager shortcut to run it!

Step8
That's it! If you find this video to be helpful, please click the thumbs-up icon below. Thank you for watching!
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by:pokercrazy
Thank you! The changes to Office 2013 are not the best. I appreciate you putting this together.
Have a good day
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by:Joe Winograd, EE MVE 2015&2016
Hi pokercrazy,
You're welcome! I'm glad you found it helpful. If you wouldn't mind clicking the thumbs-up button under the video window, I'd really appreciate it. You have a nice day, too. Regards, Joe
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