When you’re making a document in Open Office, you’re bound to need images to make it look more exciting and possibly to make it easier to get your points across. You could use Draw, another tool in the suite, to do this. However, in some situations you just want to be able to make minor adjustments very quickly without having to spend a lot of time doing so. This is a case where the Easy Image Editor extension would come in handy, we’ll go ahead and tell you about some of the features it includes now so you can choose whether you want to use it or not.
With this extension, you should be able to perform very basic image editing functions right from the Writer application. This involves everything you could need such as being able to crop and rotate your images. These are both very common requirements and usually you’d have to import your images into an external software just to do the work but now with the Easy Image Editor, you’re able to save tons of time. This is basically like the Paint application on Windows built straight into the package and can be a life saver in a lot of situations. As you would expect, this is very popular amongst the community.
So now that you have more information on the extension, why would you choose to use it? Well the very simple answer is that Open Office is built to make things easier for you. There really is no need for you to use an external program when you can have everything built into one just by installing an extension. Throughout the whole software, you should find that a lot of care has been taken to make sure that you hardly ever have to use other pieces of software to do the job. The software is something that is loved by many, people with very different requirements all use it and this is why the development team do their best to add every feature they can into it.
If you haven’t yet got the Easy Image Editor extension, you can use the official download link we’ve provided you with below. Once you’ve clicked the link and have downloaded it, simply run it and everything will be installed automatically. Some people may not even have our Open Office download installed at this stage, in which case you’ll need to do so first by using the button we’ve given to you on our website. To get started with this particular extension, the link is attached below.