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When you create a new file it Paint.NET generates a white background layer first.
When you add a New Layer it will be transparent.
See documentation to read about 'New Layer':
If the white background layer is distracting, you can uncheck it to turn it off or click 
Delete Layerto delete it.
(The documetation is a good 1st resort for finding help!)

In the Layers dialogue box there is an icon in the lower left of a square with a plus sign on its lower right corner. Add New Layer

Clicking on it will Add a New transparent Layer.
From the keyboard, Ctrl + Shift + N will do the same thing (Add New Transparent Layer)

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