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Question: I need an application that takes in a jpeg file, resizes it or adds a frame to it rotate it and do other modifications to it. The IT Guy says: If you are willing to spend less than $100 for a superb program, look no further than Adobe PhotoShop Elements. Elements is an extremely powerful but less
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Question: I need an application that takes in a jpeg file, resizes it or adds a frame to it rotate it and do other modifications to it.

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If you are willing to spend less than $100 for a superb program, look no further than Adobe PhotoShop Elements. Elements is an extremely powerful but less expensive version of PhotoShop, and allows users to perform a wide variety of image manipulations as well as the publication of image galleries. Windows users can use the built-in image editor (Microsoft Photo Editor) to resize, rotate and crop images. Freeware utilities like Photo Wizard are also available, it allows the addition of frames like you requested. Macintosh users can use the free/built-in iPhoto application to perform basic image editing as well as organize photos in albums and share them in a variety of formats with others.

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