Limited features, but less guessworkAll right then, I've hit Ctrl-A and gone into the manual alignment tool. As you can see, the images are superimposed and slightly transparent so that I am able to line them up the way I want. Well, I can line them up as I like as long as that doesn't involve rotating one of the images slightly. This tool only allows for movement and cropping, just like the automatic alignment earlier.
I should also note that while you are in the alignment tool, whether automatic or manual, you cannot switch over to a different program. Every time I wanted to switch over to Word to write a portion of this review, for example, I had to fully close out of the alignment tool.