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I'm just curious, is it possible to change the program's gridsize?
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MS Paint has gridsizes? :tazz:

Probably not, its a poor imitation really for something half decent. Most computer magazines will give away graphics software for free on the cover CDs every month, or there's lots to download. I got Paint Shop Pro 5 for free off a magazine cover CD, for example.

Whatever else you end up using, it'll be a lot better than MS Paint will be, the program hasn't really changed that much since it was overhauled majorily with the release of Windows 95.
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This is worth a look, requires .net framework 1.1


Versions beyond this require .net framework 2.0
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