I use Photopea .com
It's Photoshop but online.
It can take a minute to get used to, but pretty easy otherwise. Just
remember to save your file, because they won't.
There's also a JS based MS paint online. I forget the URL, but pretty easy
On Sat, Feb 25, 2023, 3:45 PM Alcasid, Hannah Marie <[log in to unmask]>
> Canva is free, web-based, very intuitive, and includes storage space.
> There is also a desktop app that you can download, but function is similar
> to the web version. Many use it for the templates, but you can create
> projects with a blank canvas and upload your custom images. It's also very
> easy to share and collaborate with other users if you ever need multiple
> people working on a project. No graphic design experience needed. Basic
> things I create in Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop can be done well in
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> My esteemed listmates,
> Often we're called upon to edit graphics or photos which don't require
> We just need to create a Text box in the image and/or insert arrows.
> I've been making do with MS Paint but it's easy to slip your finger on a
> Text box in Paint and then you often have to start all over.
> Yes, Ctrl + Z works sometimes but not all the time.
> Also, once you have one MS Paint window open I haven't seen how you can
> open other graphics to work on other files.
> Can you open 4-5 MS Paint windows at a time?
> I always have to close Paint and then re-open to work on another graphic.
> Have others found a free graphics program that's more forgiving then MS
> GIMP is way more than what;s needed often and not easy to learn and master.
> I haven't had time to play around with 3D Paint as I'm learning on the fly
> as I migrate from station to station throughout the day.
> Thank you.
> Charles Meyer
> Charlotte County Public Library