How to get Microsoft Office Picture Manager on Windows 10

Microsoft 365 was once a suite of apps that included more than Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Publisher, and Access. There were plenty of other useful resources that were packed with it.

Microsoft has cut its offer when it comes to its productivity suite and most of the removed apps have been dropped. One useful app that came with Office is Microsoft Photo and Fax Manager.

Microsoft Office Image Manager on Windows 10

Microsoft Photo and Fax Manager was an image viewer and light editor. Next to the Windows Photo Viewer, it was great for viewing photos and offering better editing options than Paint.

Get Microsoft Office Image Manager

Microsoft Photo and Fax Manager has been renamed to Microsoft Office Image Manager at some point and can still be installed, even if you are on the latest version of Windows 10.

  1. Download Microsoft SharePoint Designer 2010 from Microsoft.
  2. Run the installer.
  3. Select the ‘Custom’ installation option.
  4. Expand each group.
  5. Open the fall down next to, and select Not available.
  6. Open the Office Equipment Group, and open the Microsoft Office Image Manager crashes.
  7. Select the Run from my computer of choice.
  8. Click Go on.
  9. Let the installation complete and Microsoft Office Image Manager will be installed.

Note: You can install other tools in Microsoft Sharepoint Designer 2010 if you want.

Use Microsoft Office Image Manager

The Microsoft Office Photo Manager app hasn’t changed, and it won’t since it won’t receive any updates.

  1. Open the start menu and go to apps list.
  2. Look for an app called Microsoft Office 2010 and open it.
  3. Or right click on an image and select Open with from the context table.
  4. Select Microsoft Office 2010 from the context table.
  5. The opens an image in Microsoft Office Image Manager.
  6. Click ‘Edit Photos’ at the top to open the edit panel.
  7. Use the Right Auto Button to repair the color in the image.
  8. Click Save to get back the changes you made to the file.

Conclusion

Microsoft Office Image Manager will appear under the name Microsoft Office 2010 which is a bit confusing. You can rename objects on the Start menu as well as the context table. Find out where the Microsoft Office Photo Manager is and then rename it. Don’t forget to back up the key / value before editing it. It is possible that the app will not launch after you edit its registration value and in that case, you should restore it from the backup.

 

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