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  1. I'm currently running Windows NT 3.51 Workstation with SP5 installed under VMWare Player. I managed to replace the Windows NT 3.51 Paintbrush with Microsoft Paint from Windows NT 4.0 Workstation SP6. The good news so far is this: Most of the Microsoft Paint functions work as-is under Windows NT 3.51 as it did with the original version of Paintbrush. The bad news are the following: 1. In the File section, the Open, Save and Save As... features do not work. To work around this issue, you would have to either exit Microsoft Paint or select "New" to save the image where you will be prompted for a file name and where can you save the image. I have not tested the Save as Wallpaper (Tiled)/(Centered) feature. 2. In the Edit section, the "Copy to..." and "Paste from..." features don't work. You would have to copy the image to another Windows NT 3.51 compatible image editing programme and paste it there. 3. When you select a TrueType or Bitmap font, there is no option to select a font face name and the font size do not show in the Fonts window. 4. In the Options section, the "Get Colors..." and "Save Colors..." features do not work. How can I get Microsoft Paint from Windows 95 or Windows NT 4.0 fully working under Windows NT 3.51? 1. Would there be a patch or code modification to fix the bugs that I listed above? 2. What files would I need to replace if necessary? Sorry if I'm failing to provide enough information, but I'm gonna be turning in for the night soon. Would it be good if I can try to provide screenshots to see what I mean by this?

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