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Hi, I asked a question about Paint.net's Layers when I was having trouble with moving different layers to equal one. Now I have a problem with making a whole image with all the different layers put together. How can I export it to an image file with all the different layers (letters from different logos)? Please help ASAP - thanks.

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I don't understand your question. You want one image to contain all the layers? You must use the PDN image type for this. All other image types must first flatten the image before saving. Or do you want to export each layer to its own image file?

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I don't understand your question. You want one image to contain all the layers? You must use the PDN image type for this. All other image types must first flatten the image before saving. Or do you want to export each layer to its own image file?
Yes, I want one image to cover all the layers. I'm putting letters from certain logos into my very own to make one big layer. How do I use PDN?
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You're not making this any less vague. "I want one image to cover all the layers" ... I'm guessing what you want to do is to save as a JPEG or as a PNG, so that users can view the image without having to have Paint.NET.

If so, just go to File -> Save As and save it as a PNG or JPG. It will be flattened for you. Or you can just use the Image -> Flatten menu command.

Otherwise I have no idea what you're talking about.

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