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    I am looking for a free and very simple photo editing. Paint seems to make my photos to large to work with. Looking to add line, text, arrows etc.
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    Might something like Paint.NET be what you're looking for? It's sort of a 'lite' version of Photoshop, a free community-made version of course. Although it's a bit more powerful than you need you can use it to easily add text and draw lines an arrows. And it's a lot more elegant than Paint.

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    GIMP is good as well, with a full range of tools.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dwwojcik View Post
    Might something like Paint.NET be what you're looking for? It's sort of a 'lite' version of Photoshop, a free community-made version of course. Although it's a bit more powerful than you need you can use it to easily add text and draw lines an arrows. And it's a lot more elegant than Paint.
    I downloaded it, I'll have to play with it
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    Quote Originally Posted by ScottL View Post
    GIMP is good as well, with a full range of tools.
    I also use Gimp, great software, lots of videos if you need to know how to do something. Gives Photoshop a run for its money.

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