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Can I add text and symbols to photos using iPhoto??


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Hi guys, I have some photos that I need to annotate and add symbols to, then save as a jpeg and upload to PhotoBucket.

Easy enough using Windows Paint but how do I do it on my iMac??

I have no extra software, only what was provided as standard plus NeoOffice.

Do I need to get some photo-manipulating software (if it ain't free, then for this exercise, it's not worth it) or is there anything in iPhoto or NeoOffice I can use??

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You might want to try the free Paintbrush for Mac. It's very similar to the MS Paint program you referred to. Download from here.

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Brilliant - exactly what I wanted - many thanks!!
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