Its possible to copy the "imaging" from a 98se cd to an installed XP using a bit of german software.I used the instructions from Fred Langa,but as my scanner steadfastly refuses to work correctly with XP I deleted all the prog/instructions.I will try looking it up again on Langa's website,but I'm not 100% sure it was in his newsletter. :-)
Photo Editor is there in my XP. This has scan functions and handles TIF (+GIF,JPEG,PCD,PCX,PNG,TGA,and BMP). I don't think it gets a Programs shortcut by default so look for "PHOTOED.exe" in Program Files\common files\Microsoft shared. Noting Powerless's comment however I have got Office SBE.
I'm running XP pro and I have Imaging in accessories... But I did install the Office 2000 pros Second disc over the top.. Because I liked the 2000 Publisher. I didn't realise Imaging wasn't part of XP.
XP Pro and no sign of the Kodak Imaging app. Also I am pretty sure that MS Photo Editor is part of Office, because it's in Start menu under Office Tools.
I wonder if the Kodak app is still there if you upgrade to XP from 98. Can't tell here as it's a clean XP install. At home it's an upgrade. I still have the old CD player so perhaps imaging is there as well. I'll have a look tonight.
I had to look in to this for the company i work for as it was needed to run one of our products.
Imaging is now provided by a third party company called eiStream Technologies, who have chosen to provide the software separately. To purchase this we had to go to the company directly, i am not sure if you have to do the same as a private customer.
Hi All Photo editor is indeed part of the office package, I was also wondering where it had gone since the XP upgrage, I have just added it from my Office 2000 disks, Thanks for pointing me in the right direction