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You can rename it to a .png file and then upload it to imageshack or photobucket, and then when you want to get it back, you save it to your comp and rename it to a PDN.*

You could also use any sort of file hoster - like media fire, 110 mb, etc.

*Stole this from someone, can't remember who, but credit gos to you :P

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You could also use any sort of file hoster - like media fire, 110 mb, etc.

Probably against their TOS.

*Stole this from someone, can't remember who, but credit gos to you :P

I suggested that at one point, but now believe I am wrong given the fact that many can resize the image they probably processes the image first, meaning that an invalid image fails.

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As you have no doubt gathered, Paint.NET's native format is only readable by Paint.NET itself, therefore I would suggest the following (touched on by the previous posters).

Use a file host to host a ZIP folder containing the PDN if it is layered and you want an intact file at the end of it all. If it is a singular-layered file, you would be better off saving in a more common format, such as PNG, then investing some time in creating a Photobucket account and uploading it there.

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