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Hi, I am new to Paint.Net and this forum. Thank you for a great product and thank you for offering it for free - Great job!

I have one question:

Is it possible to merge two pgn images together, if so, how?

Thank you for your time.

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Hi, I am new to Paint.Net and this forum. Thank you for a great product and thank you for offering it for free - Great job!

I have one question:

Is it possible to merge two pgn images together, if so, how?

Thank you for your time.

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Hi, I am new to Paint.Net and this forum. Thank you for a great product and thank you for offering it for free - Great job!

I have one question:

Is it possible to merge two pgn images together, if so, how?

Thank you for your time.

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Hi, I am new to Paint.Net and this forum. Thank you for a great product and thank you for offering it for free - Great job!

I have one question:

Is it possible to merge two pgn images together, if so, how?

Thank you for your time.

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Thank you for your help. I also found this info which worked really well:

You open both images or however many there are in Paint.NET. You select the image you want on top then copy it, then you go to the image that's to be on the bottom and select:

Edit -> Paste in to new layer

Note: The top image will have to have proper transparency, to overlay the bottom image.

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Thank you for your help. I also found this info which worked really well:

You open both images or however many there are in Paint.NET. You select the image you want on top then copy it, then you go to the image that's to be on the bottom and select:

Edit -> Paste in to new layer

Note: The top image will have to have proper transparency, to overlay the bottom image.

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Thank you for your help. I also found this info which worked really well:

You open both images or however many there are in Paint.NET. You select the image you want on top then copy it, then you go to the image that's to be on the bottom and select:

Edit -> Paste in to new layer

Note: The top image will have to have proper transparency, to overlay the bottom image.

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Thank you for your help. I also found this info which worked really well:

You open both images or however many there are in Paint.NET. You select the image you want on top then copy it, then you go to the image that's to be on the bottom and select:

Edit -> Paste in to new layer

Note: The top image will have to have proper transparency, to overlay the bottom image.

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