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Hi. My name is Jay, and i need help!!! I need a link to a plugin that lets you save as .PSD In paint.net I found one, and the link is http://psdplugin.codeplex.com I downloaded it, and then dragged the DLL file to the file in C:/Paint.net called FileTypes, but nothing happened. Can anyone help me!?! Or another way you could help is if I gave you a mediafire link with the .pdn and you converted it to a PSD or a gimp file. Please respond ASAP :) The link to the PDN file is http://www.mediafire.com/?3mw583j32zdc1fd Sorry if your not aloud to do ads D:

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If the .dll was correctly installed in the File Types folder, restart Paint.Net.

With your .pdn file open, do:

File > Save As...

Photoshop .psd should now be an option in the Save as type: drop down menu of the Save As ... dialogue.

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By restart, I mean close the program, then open it. Nothing more than that.

To install the file simply download the zip to Desktop or Downloads folder,

open the zip by left-click, copy/paste the .dll into the File Types folder.

Do you have 32 bit or 64 bit Windows?

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Rick wasn't joking about the thread title. It's specifically mentioned in the Forum Rules

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