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I don't think we have this function yet but this is my work around for doing multiply page tiff files in my genealogy work.

use Irfanview (free Program) open tiff image navigate to page you wish to work with

(up down arrows ... my version are green arrows in red box)

file save as .jpg make sure you note where you put it.

open paint.net program

file>open> locate the saved as file above.

then do your edit.

sorry its the only work around I know of. perhaps someone else has an easier method.

ciao

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Paint.NET does not support multipage TIFFs. It will only load the first page.

Please remember that pages are not the same as layers. They're completely different and orthogonal paradigms for organizing images.

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...use Irfanview (free Program) open tiff image navigate to page you wish to work with

(up down arrows ... my version are green arrows in red box) ...

I use Irfanview, which has a simple editor built in as well. I was hoping this might be a superior tool for this pursuit.

Question to developer:

Is it a particularly difficult technical issue to extend the functionality of this tool to multipage tiffs?

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TIFF support in Paint.NET comprises about 1 line of code, and is only there because it can be done that cheaply. There's really no demand for rich TIFF support where Paint.NET is targeting, and it would be very expensive to do in a non-cheesy way (e.g., converting pages to layers).

Short answer: Not gonna happen.

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