Microsoft Corporation on Monday announced its upcoming PhotoDraw 2000 graphics program that will combine photo-editing with drawing tools in a single package. The tool, which is designed for business users wishing to make professional graphics for Web pages, will have the Office 2000 look and feel.
"Professional business communication is becoming more graphical every day as organizations embrace the World Wide Web and intranets as important communication media," said Jon DeVaan, a VP at Microsoft. "PhotoDraw fills the needs of business users of all kinds, providing the ability to create stunning professional graphics without expensive training or graphic design expertise. PhotoDraw's revolutionary features and easy-to-use interface are designed to enable all PC users to create compelling visual content with a few clicks of the mouse."
PhotoDraw 2000 will be available this Fall for about $125