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    Is there a freebie drawing program?

    Just something basic, not MS Paint simple...Fireworks simple lol...

    It's only for me to use.

    There's only so much Paint can do lol

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    G.I.M.P. or Paint .Net are pretty decent and free.


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    Second recommendation for GIMP its very good and completely free. Wouldn't say its incredably simple but its not overly complicated though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Little-Miss View Post
    Just something basic, not MS Paint simple...Fireworks simple lol...

    It's only for me to use.

    There's only so much Paint can do lol
    There's Paint.net a much better version of mspint

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    OpenOffice Draw is pretty simple.

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    theres more than you can shake a stick at.

    All mentioned above, but if its more technical stuff - network maps, 3d plans, etc maybe try Google sketchup?

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    Another good one is PhotoFiltre - It's free to use and can be deployed by MSI very easily.

    It's a good alternative to Photoshop, I deploy it to all workstations on campus and it's used by a lot of the students for basic image editing. Obviously the more advanced users prefer to go and find a workstation with Photoshop.

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    If I'm reading right, you wanted a vector drawing package not a painting package like Paint.NET/Gimp etc? If so, give Inkscape a go - great little app but a decent bit of power behind it too.

    Inkscape. Draw Freely.

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