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I've moved from Win XP to Win 7 and so can no longer use the ancient program PaintShopPro v3.

 

One of the things it could do that I use a lot is the ability to specify the position of a selection numerically. If I am drawing a grid based image on (say) a 400*400 image, I want to be able to easily select (say) area x=200..220 y=180..200 (size 20*20)

 

Is there any way of doing this in paint.net? If drawn with a mouse or cursor keys, it requires a lot of careful mouse/keywork, usually zoomed in a lot more than I would prefer.

 

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You can set the size of the selection as seen below:

fixedsize.png

 

As for position, you have to do that manually. As you seem to have discovered you can use the arrow keys for fine adjustment.

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Remember that the Status Bar shows the Cursor location, selection start point and the size of the selection.

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