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This is a useful freebie Paint.Net
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hey keith,

thanks! Have you used it before? If soo maybe you could let us know what you think.
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I have just got it and you can resize the image or canvas size, you can flip and rotate, you can auto or manually adjust brightness / contrast, adjust hue / saturation, invert colours, auto or manually adjust RGB, rotate by degree. You can apply ten effects and use eighteen tools. You can visit the site and use the forums or view tutorials.

I also have Photoshop Elements and after you open an image the amount it can be magnified (without resizing), is limited, with Paint you can increase the image to 1600% make a change and then revert to 100% to see how it looks, this is the feature I find most useful
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