PaintShop Pro can handle a lot of files of different types, but do you know which ones? When you purchase or download supplies for various projects, online, where do you save all those files so you can use them correctly later? This is a question several users have asked me, in various ways. Let's have a look at all the files and file types you might encounter and where you should put them.
Saving files in PNG format in PaintShop Pro
When working on graphic projects, it is common that you would need some clipart or other images with a transparent background. That is when you need PNG format. How do you create or save files in that format? Let's have a look at the process.
Saving projects for online galleries
Once you create scrapbook pages or other digital projects, you might want to share them in galleries. Typically, there are some limitations so there is a way to save them for best results. Let's look at the process.
How to save masks in PSP
A mask is a greyscale layer that will let part of the layer below show through. One can use masks already saved in PaintShop Pro, generate one from an image, or create one from scratch with various basic tools. But if you have created a new mask, how can you save it for future use? Let's look at different ways.
Compatibility saving in PaintShop Pro
Over the years, Corel has released many versions of PaintShop Pro with new features and new tools. Although these are welcome additions, they come with some hidden issues when you want to share your projects with others: compatibility.