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Classy Gradient Wallpapers Using Only MS Paint
If you just want a classy, simple wallpaper, but only have access to MS Paint (this is most useful in an office,) there exists a way to create simple gradients using an image as small as nine pixels square.
- Use the Attributes dialog to specify a very small image. Depending on the amount of colors you want to use for the gradient, you may want to add more or less, but keep the image square.
- The pencil tool can be used to color individual pixels and fill the image. Play around with the shape and tones of the intended gradient.
- Save the file as a .jpg.
- Set it as your wallpaper, in stretch mode. Windows will scale the image as if it were a photograph, and smoothly blend the image.