MediaFACE is a revolutionary new feature introduced in Microsoft Office 2003 that allows the publishing of digital images directly within a document. The major differentiating factor between this tool and other similar programs is its wide array of pre-installed preset label shapes, sizes and colors that the user is able to load into the program in order to align the dimensions of whatever image he is trying to create within the document. It is extremely useful for creating, sorting, and hiding data within documents and the most prominent example of this new feature is the NEATO capability. NEATO will automatically align any data that you place into the page. This means that you can now easily drag and drop labels over the data to conveniently create a simple data grid in which you are able to store, hide or edit any kind of data.
With the introduction of Microsoft Office 2003, the company has again provided an application that caters to the specific needs of the creative industry. Mediaface is an outstanding tool that will allow users the chance to express their creativity through various applications - be it drawing, video, picture editing or more complex image processing operations. This superior graphics creation application will also allow users to manage the complex workflows involving multiple graphics formats like the following:
Before you start using mediaface, you should create an image resolution. For better image resolution results, you need to set the values correctly. The image resolution of your scanned images depends on the scanner type that you use but the common values include DICOM and EXIF. You should then set the size of the images that you are going to scan into the software. Finally, you should open the images in mediaface and resize them according to the image resolution. Once you are done with resizing, you can now save the images.