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I want to merge two images, it doesn't mean that I'm trying to learn any Photo-editing software(like Adobe).

So I just want to merge two image, so I need some online tool to do this(because I don't want to install any photo-editing software for doing this stuff), I searched Google but I didn't found any tool, that is Free to use, so anyone could help me with this.

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technically this is a webapps question, but I think you really should learn how to use a basic image editing program on your PC, first. – Jeff Atwood Mar 27 '11 at 9:09

Maybe this does what you want:

For some more control over what is happening, I'd suggest you install GIMP as a free PS replacement.

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Thanks that works weel :) :) thanks for your reply :) – GroovyUser Mar 27 '11 at 8:32

Depending on your platform you could try out Beyond Compare. It has a 30 day free trial period...

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