Microsoft Fundamentals Day Three

Microsoft Paint: 
Microsoft Paint, also called Paint, is a simple computer graphics app that has been included with all versions of Microsoft Windows. The app mainly opens and saves files as Windows bitmap (24-bit, 256 color, 16 color, and monochrome, all with the .bmp extension), JPEG, GIF (without animation or transparency, although the Windows 98 version, a Windows 95 upgrade, and the Windows NT4 version did support the latter), PNG (without alpha channel), and single-page TIFF. The app can be in color mode or two-color black-and-white, but there is no grayscale mode.


  • Click on Start Button
  • Then click on  All Programs
  • Then choose the Accessories
  • Click on Paint

  • Click on Start Button
  • Click on RUN Button
  • Type “pbrush” or “Mspaint”
  • Click on OK Button
File Menu:

New (Ctrl + N): This option is used to create the New Document.

Open (Ctrl + O): This option is used to open existing documents.

Save (Ctrl + S): This option is used to save the current document.

Save As: This option is used to save the document with new file name.

Print Preview: To see the Print preview of the current document.

Page Setup: To setup the page size and paper Orientation.

Print (Ctrl + P) : To take the print out of the documents.

Set as Background (Tiled or centered):  This option is used to set current paint as desktop background.

Exit :( Alt+F4): This option is used to exit from Microsoft Paint.