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Another option is to add a new layer, fill it with white, and move it underneath the original. That way, if you erase, you see the white from the bottom layer instead of the transparency checkerboard.

 

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When you first open the program it comes with a white background. If you then add a layer it will still show as white.

 

If the checkerboard wasn't there, how would you know if it was a transparent layer that you ware working on? If the canvas was transparent you would be able to see your desktop. Think of layers like transparent sheets.

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