357mag Posted February 20, 2017 Share Posted February 20, 2017 Okay what I am trying to do is probably very simple but I have had very little experience working with imaging programs so I don't understand all this jargon and how to use them to do what I want. What I want to do is create a plain white background the same size as my screen (my monitor resolution is 1360 x 768). I guess I could call that layer one? Or background layer? Then I found an image of a box of software put out by Microsoft many years ago. It's what the C++ programming box looked like back then. Now I want to merge the C++ box image into the plain white background layer, so when I'm done all I have is one thing. A simple desktop background. I don't know how to tell paint.net to take the top layer or whatever layer holds the software box image and merge it into the background layer. I have enclosed a screenshot of what my screen looks like so you can kind of get an idea of what I'm trying to do. Thanks. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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