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Old 08-09-2009, 04:37 PM   #21
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Default Re: paint.NET questions UPDATE: a few more still needed!

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hey, i have a few questions about paint.NET

how do you get a transparent background? now i know you can, how?
how do you get the font "king kool kc"?
what does the magic wand do?
what are some things you recommend that may not be visible?
how do you paste text and pictures?

if these could please be answer, even one at a time, that would be really nice. thank you!
Pasting pictures is easy on Paint.NET. Personally, I love Paint.Net. You can't paste text. You do have to type that out yourself.. unless you take a picture of the text and use it as a picture. You can certainly do that.

To paste just press Control and V at the same time. Control is usually under the shift key, and it has the letters CTRL on the key.. Hope I helped.. I don't really understand the 4th question though.

And here it the help site for PAINT.NET. It's awesome too. Paint.NET Help - Overview
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Old 08-09-2009, 04:39 PM   #22
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Default Re: paint.NET questions UPDATE: a few more still needed!

Oh, to get a transparent background - Highlight the entire canvas using the box select tool (the first one on the tool tray), and click delete on your keyboard. you can also use the eraser button. Those little gray and white squares means it's transparent. Hope I helped you!

And to get KING COOL KC - you gotta download from dafont or another font website.
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Old 08-09-2009, 06:58 PM   #23
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Default Re: paint.NET questions UPDATE: a few more still needed!

thanks so much! i see it now! rep!
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