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Office 2010 Picture Editing Question

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#1 Brad485


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Posted 19 November 2017 - 01:45 AM

Have a friend who uses Office 2010 to scan and edit pictures. What do you need to do to have both the original and edited file not be saved by default? Wasn't able to find and option that allowed only for the edited picture to be the one saved.


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#2 Havachat


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Posted 19 November 2017 - 05:49 AM

Office 2010 doesnt Scan , a Scanner does.

Office 2010 doesnt Edit Pictures , A seperate Program will , eg: Photoshop , MS Paint , Corel , Gimp.


Opening any file to edit , once done you should select " Save As "  and rename it , then the Original would stay intact / or as it was.

If you just select "Save" it will Prompt you to Overwrite the original = y/n.


You have to be more clearer what your friend is trying to do , or yourself in explaining the actual problem your having , or what you need to achieve.

Edited by Havachat, 19 November 2017 - 05:50 AM.

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