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Yes, it is free for general use at an office.

Just don't try to resell the program itself or include the Paint.NET executables in a commercial product--jpeg or gif, etc. are fine, just don't include the exe.

(BTW, I don't speak for Rick or the Paint.NET team. AND, I'm not a lawer.)

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well, I would assume that there is no rule agains using Paint.net for creating your company logo, making your print advertising, and so forth..

Right?

I mean, technically, I have been using it to work on images for my company website, which will be an e-commerce site once it's through.

So, I guess I should make sure that the media I personally create with Paint.net is ok for me to use in any way that I see fit... right?

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I think he means embed it in another application, you can, the license permit it, as you follow the rules (i.e respect the copyright notice).

But PdN was not really made in this aim.

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As always, you should consult an actual lawyer to get these questions answered. I am not a lawyer and cannot dispense legal advice (other than "you should talk to a lawyer" !).

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