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Crop Photos with Windows Vista

Adjust the cropped area around your subject.

Vista places the rectangle in the center of your photo, which is rarely the best place to crop. Reposition the rectangle by pointing at it, and while holding down the mouse button, move the mouse to drag the cropping area to a new position. Then, adjust the rectangle’s size by dragging the corners in and out.

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