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The checkerboard is just Paint.NET's way of showing you that the area is transparent. It isn't part of the image. If you save the image, the checkerboard pattern won't be saved. If the areas were made white, you'd be unable to tell the difference between white regions and transparent regions. If you want white when you erase, create a lower layer and fill it with white. If you want to make areas white, not transparent, use the paintbrush instead of the eraser.

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