4- Select the abr file you want to convert.
It will display all the brushes in the set. (you can open more than one set too if you want to convert lots of brushes)
5- On the left, select Export All Open Brushes to .png’s. This is how you can convert a LOT of brushes quickly.
6- Choose the folder where you want the exported png files to be saved.
7- You can now see all the png files in your target folder.
9- Download Suz Shook’s script called PSP Brushes from PNG image. You can download it here. Install it in the Scripts-Trusted folder following the simple instructions.
10- Open the script in a text editor (Notepad is fine for that).
11- Edit the script as instructed to put the correct path where the PNG files are. Make sure you leave the ‘ at the beginning and the end of the path. Save.
12- Open your PSP. File > Script > Run…
… and select the script you just edited. Then hit Open and it will run the script. You will see the various brushes open and close quickly. You have nothing to do. Just watch and wait.
15- If you want to know where all those brushes went, it will be, by default, in your MyDocument > My PSP Files > Brushes. To make sure, you can always check with File > Preference > File Locations
… and you will see the path to the folder indicated under Save to: (in case you changed it at one point or another).
16- And if you check in the folder, you will see that each brush now has two files: one with the brush name and one with the BrushTip prefix, as both files are needed for each brush.
17- You now have the new brushes in your Paintshop Pro.
However, if you are using PSP X5 or above, you can skip all those steps as you can simply go to File > Import > Custom Brushes and look for those abr brushes you have, from Photoshop. They will import directly. A fun new addition to the PSP X5 version!