RealWorld Paint is a popular program for both beginners and advanced users of Windows XP operating systems. If you've installed RealWorld Paint onto your computer, you may open it by double clicking either the RealWorld Paint logo in the desktop wallpaper or in the start menu. If you're using the standard Windows version, simply click on the R WPaint (.exe) image file after you've unzipped the archive containing it. Windows will then prompt you to install the RealWorld Paint software which will then be able to run the software itself. The installation process is quite simple - all that's required is that you click through a few simple instructions to get your system ready to use the software.
It's easy to use the program: first, you'll need to download RealWorld Paint from the Internet (there's a link to it in the bottom of this article); and then install it onto your PC. When prompted with an installation option, simply click to choose which version of RealWorld Paint you want to install on your system. There's no need to install the latest or most advanced features - the product comes with a number of 'extras' that you can use; there's even a support forum where many other users comment on issues they have also faced, and which help them to resolve them. After the installation is complete, you'll be able to create and save your custom pictures, and then print them from your PC using any suitable printer. The program is quite basic, but does have a number of useful features. For example, if you want to print something from your webcam, just right-click on the camera icon (it's the one marked with an * symbol in the lower right corner).
In addition to being able to create and save your own photographs, it also has a number of useful features designed to make your working life a lot simpler. One of the key features of RealWorld Paint is the built-in image editor. What this basically does is it takes your pre-existing photograph and automatically converts it to a Paint-like format, allowing you to edit all of its attributes (such as its size, position, brightness etc.) as well as adding, changing and deleting your chosen background image(s) with just a few clicks of your mouse. You can save your image in two ways, by copying the entire contents of an image in the Clipboard, or by inserting a new image into the Clipboard.