What Is Microsoft Paint Used For?

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Microsoft Paint is a basic art program that comes with your computer (minus Macs, which don't have Microsoft as the operating system). Microsoft Paint is used for creating images and painting them using your mouse.

The program is ideal for beginners and youngsters and is very easy to use. You can choose from a variety of colours, select images, alter the size of images, use spraypaint, pencils, erasers, make shapes, draw onto existing photos, crop images.

Despite the fact that Microsoft Paint is usually associated with beginners because it is simple, it has been used by experienced artists who have managed to create high quality images using the tools available. Microsoft Paint has been included with every Microsoft operating system to date. With Microsoft Paint, users can save their images as bitmap files, as well as GIF, PNG, TIFF, and JPEG, though these saving options may vary depending on which version of Microsoft Paint you have.

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