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I'm drawing autoshape in Word 2003 like this:

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Is there anyway I can draw that shape over an existing image? I cant seem to get that done on existing image. I tried pasting the image in Word, but I cant emboss the autoshape on it.

Note: I know I should be using real image editing tool for this purpose, but the reason I use Word 2003 is that it has amazing autoshapes. I tried with MS Paint, but it doesnt have a cool curve drawing feature like as shown in the picture above, and the built in shapes are pretty limited. Or is there a image editing tool tool which have many auto shape templates built in as in Office suite? Should be lightweight so that I can quickly download a copy.. I dont need any other heavy features..

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  • If Paint doesn't meet your requirements, then I think you should try more powerful drawing program (like Inkscape). Using a word processor for drawing doesn't sound reasonable to me.
    – gronostaj
    Nov 23 '13 at 18:49
  • @gronostaj thanks for the help. Yes I really want a simple drawing software lil more powerful than MS Paint. I tried gimp but it doesnt have it too (it seems its an image editing software!). I will try Inkscape.
    – nawfal
    Nov 23 '13 at 19:07
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Google's online drawing (which is a part of google docs) does have this. I was after this kind of curve drawing. Some information here.

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