There are seven top-level menus and six icons across the paint.net menu bar:
Open, acquire, close, save and print images from this menu. These options behave similarly to other document and image editing programs.
Contains commands to step forwards and backwards through the image history, clipboard controls and commands to manipulate selections.
These commands change the way that the image in the
This menu contains commands that resize, rotate or otherwise alter the entire image, including all the layers present in the image.
Think of the
paint.net ships with 33 effects in seven sub menus:
This set of four icons are used to toggle the visibility of the four utility, or child, windows (
This function of the four Utility Window Icons is the same as the Function Keys
Resetting the Utility Windows
The Utility Windows can be reset to the default position and size (including docking) by holding down
Clicking this icon opens the paint.net
For more information on this dialog, see the Settings section.
Clicking this icon opens a menu linking numerous help and support resources.
For more information on the this dialog, see the Help Menu section.
The documents you are reading can be opened from within paint.net using the