What software do tutorials use to mark up images?

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    I like FastStone Image Viewer free. Does all you want and intuitively easy to use. The Draw Board will do all you said you need. http://faststone.org/
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  2. tcebob's Avatar
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    Thanks for the tip. Downloaded and installed. I can live with it.
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    tcebob said:
    But I don't want to print screen. I want to annotate existing images. Ok, I could enlarge an image and then print screen and then annotate and . . . .

    But I did find one that works: Skitch. It's minimal but enough for my needs.
    You can annotate an existing image in Screenpresso, any image, not just one captured by Screenpresso:

    Attachment 150327

    The image of five mongoose on a rock was dragged from my Pictures folder on to Screenpresso's window. After selecting it and pressing Edit it could be annotated in Screenpresso in the usual way.

    If you Right-click on Attachment 150327 and choose Open in new window, you can see the email message and the image at the same time.
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  4. tcebob's Avatar
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    Does it work for you? I get error: Invalid Attachment specified. If you followed a valid link, please notify the administrator.

    I'll try Screenpresso
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