A Microsoft Graphics Editor
Microsoft PhotoDraw 2000 was released in 1999 as part of Microsoft Office 2000. The other programs in Office handle document creation and editing,
(word processing, spreadsheets, presentations etc) and Photodraw was created to provide graphics capabilities.
After PhotoDraw 2000 Version 2 was released, however, Microsoft discontinued the program. I know that there is a select set of hardcore
PhotoDraw fans out there, and these tutorials are to serve them.
PhotoDraw is a full-featured graphics editor like Adobe Illustrator, CorelDRAW or Macromedia Freehand, that can manipulate vector and bitmap images
alike. Developed for semiprofessional business use, it includes a vast library of clip-art, and a good collection of additional fonts.
Being very powerful, PhotoDRaw can be used by the classroom teacher as they integrate technology into their classroom.
On this page I’ve listed tutorials (on this site), links to other related sites and also some project related ideas.
- PhotoDraw Tutorials
- PhotoDraw Resources
- PhotoDraw Projects
- Photo Stamps In PhotoDraw
- Create Certificates With PhotoDraw
It is nigh on impossible to get Microsoft PhotoDraw if you don’t already have it. If you are without, don’t despair! There are many
better image editing programs on the market. If you have Fireworks, you will find these Fireworks tutorials a good introduction
to using the program.
- New Teachers
- PowerPoint Tutorials
- Word Tutorials
- FrontPage Tutorials
- Online Portfolios
- Classroom Websites
- School Webquest
- Public Domain Images
- Teaching Books