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  1. Thanks for the response. I don't think I'm misremembering since I've done it this way hundreds of times. But after all of these responses, maybe I am! Thanks!
  2. Thanks. Definitely paint.net as that's the only one I have ever used (I've never used and don't have MS Paint). The way I described is the only way I had ever created this type of photo, and I've used this method several hundred times. It looks like I'll have to revise my method. Thank you for your help! I appreciate that you took the time.
  3. Thanks! I see I can do that if I put them into 2 layers, so I appreciate it. But before I didn't have to use two layers. I could just copy and paste the second picture into the first picture and then I could erase. It seems that I can't do that anymore.
  4. Thank you! I appreciate the help, but it's not giving me what I'm hoping for (or I'm not doing it right). Do you have any other tutorials for this? Also, it used to work the way I described. Do you know if that functionality was removed with recent updates? It was so easy to do.
  5. Hello, I've been using paint.net for awhile. Until recently I was able to use two pictures together and then erase a part of the top photo to see the underlying photo. For example: I have two pictures of socks that I want to put into one picture, but I want to move them close together, which means a portion of one of the photos will go on top of the other, not allowing the bottom photo to show. Before what I did: I open my first picture and expand the canvas I copy and paste my second picture onto the canvas and move it so that the images of the socks look
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