It may be possible to install Picture Manager from the media of your anterior Office version, such as 2007 or 2010. But you ‘ll need to look at the license agreement to determine if that is in conformity. Since there are respective Office versions that contain Picture Manager and numerous Microsoft license agreements, I can not give any advice on the legality of this approach — you must check your particular license agreement. That said, this article discusses a different approach that is definitely in license compliance.
As it turns out, Picture Manager is a part of SharePoint Designer 2010, which is available as a free download at the Microsoft locate :
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The 32-bit/64-bit distinction refers to the bit-level of your Office applications, not the bit-level of your Windows .
note that Picture Manager is not a component of SharePoint Designer 2013. Furthermore, Microsoft announced at the Ignite 2015 conference that there will not be a SharePoint Designer 2016, i.e., SharePoint Designer 2013 is the final dismissal of that product. This means that SharePoint Designer 2010 is the last translation to contain Picture Manager .
On the license conformity topic, the key term in the SharePoint Designer 2010 license agreement is this :
1. INSTALLATION AND USE RIGHTS. You may install and use any number of copies of the software on your devices.
There are, of naturally, other terms, and you should read them cautiously ( the integral license agreement, via a copy/paste from the initiation dialogue, is attached to this article ). But upon accepting the license agreement, your installation of Picture Manager will be in license compliance .
After downloading the decline interpretation for your Office installation ( 32-bit or 64-bit ), run the SharePoint Designer 2010 setup program. If you downloaded the incorrect version, you will see something like this Setup Error dialogue :
With the correct interpretation, you will get this ( all of the subsequent screenshots in this article are from a W7/64-bit system using the SharePoint Designer 2010 64-bit install ) :
Click on the Customize facility button. then in the Installation Options tab key, click the drop-down arrow in all three chief areas under Microsoft Office and choose Not Available :
After doing that in all three areas ( Microsoft SharePoint Designer, Office Shared Features, Office Tools ), you will have this :
Expand Office Tools by clicking the plus sign and you will see the Microsoft Office Picture Manager. This is the one-and-only component that needs to be installed from the SharePoint Designer 2010 frame-up. Click the drop-down arrow of Microsoft Office Picture Manager and blue-ribbon Run from My Computer. The red X will disappear and it will look like this :
Click the Install Now button. You should then see this facility completed dialogue :
nowadays check your program groups and you will find a new Microsoft Office group next to your Microsoft Office 2013 group :
The new Microsoft Office group has a shortcut to Microsoft Office Picture Manager, which works absolutely alongside your Office 2013 applications :
note that the method in this article does not rely on having Office 2013 installed — or any version of Microsoft Office installed. so, for case, if you have another agency suite, such as LibreOffice or OpenOffice, but still regard to have Picture Manager, this proficiency will work very well. In fact, it will work with no function suite installed .
Enjoy having Picture Manager back again!
Article Update #1: If you want to parcel this solution with person who prefers a television approach to the written approach, please see this 5-minute Experts Exchange video Micro Tutorial :
How to Install Microsoft Office Picture Manager in Office 2013
Article Update #2: If you move from Office 2013 to Office 2016/Office 365, you will find that Picture Manager is inactive missing. fortunately, the same zero-cost technique described in this article besides works with Office 2016/365. I discuss this thoroughly in another Experts Exchange article :
How to Install Microsoft Office Picture Manager in Office 2016/Office 365
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