You can merge multiple pictures with Paint, which Microsoft includes as part of the Windows Vista package. Paint allows users to add text and colours, and to edit pictures. To merge pictures, the images must be overlapping or touching. After copying the area of the first image you want to merge, then copying it to the second picture, you can merge the two into one. Merge multiple images in less than five minutes.
- Skill level:
- Moderately Easy
Open Paint. Open the first image by dragging the file onto the user interface. Open the dimensions by pressing "Ctrl + E." Repeat for the second image.
Determine the size needed for the combined pictures. Set the dimensions on the target image. Press "Ctrl + E." Select the size needed to house the combined images.
Press "Ctrl + A" to select all pf the first image. Press "Ctrl + C" to copy the image to your clipboard. Click on the target image; press "Ctrl + V" to paste the source image onto it.
Click and drag the pasted image to where you want it. Click "File," "Save." Enter the merged image's name. Click "Save" to store it to your hard drive.
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