Open Control Panel. Click Add/Remove. On the left click Add/Remove Windows Components. Under Accessories. . ., click Details. Under Accessories (yes, again), click Details. The next window to open will have Paint listed. Is it checked? If not, check it. If it is, uncheck it, click Ok, and back out. Then go back in and recheck it.
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I have noticed my Microsoft Paint utility has vanished. I am running XP Home on a Dell Inspiron 6000. Yet have have tried Google, I have also tried doing a windows search(which I knew would be useless). Now time to come ask the fellow CNETers.