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Hellow friends. I'm a newbie. I have downloaded the paint.net v3.08, and I can't convert pnd to jpg.

How can I convert a pnd file to other file extensions ?

Should I download a plugin or what else? Thanks for help. :)

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Hellow friends. I'm a newbie. I have downloaded the paint.net v3.08, and I can't convert pnd to jpg.

How can I convert a pnd file to other file extensions ?

Should I download a plugin or what else? Thanks for help. :)

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To save in the various other formats PDN supports, just click the "Save as type:" drop-down in the Save As... window and select that type, in this instance, JPG.

I am not a mechanism, I am part of the resistance;

I am an organism, an animal, a creature, I am a beast.

~ Becoming the Archetype

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To save in the various other formats PDN supports, just click the "Save as type:" drop-down in the Save As... window and select that type, in this instance, JPG.

I am not a mechanism, I am part of the resistance;

I am an organism, an animal, a creature, I am a beast.

~ Becoming the Archetype

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was it so easy! but when I first tried to do so, it did not work. :roll:

so I opened a new topic. sorry for this topic but when I first loaded paint.net I tried to do a glassy button tutorial and when I finished I could not save button as a jpg file.

now I can save a saved button as jpg.

Thanks for your answer :D

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was it so easy! but when I first tried to do so, it did not work. :roll:

so I opened a new topic. sorry for this topic but when I first loaded paint.net I tried to do a glassy button tutorial and when I finished I could not save button as a jpg file.

now I can save a saved button as jpg.

Thanks for your answer :D

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To save as "whatever format" you must remember to flatten image, otherwise PDN will save it as a complete workfile with all the layers open. This option is great for things you want to save and still want to work on later.

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100% PDN

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To save as "whatever format" you must remember to flatten image, otherwise PDN will save it as a complete workfile with all the layers open. This option is great for things you want to save and still want to work on later.

Juds_Fire_sig.png

100% PDN

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