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Is it ok to make a header without layers in paint.net?

marymeagan
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Is it ok to make a header without layers in paint.net?

Hi guys

In Paint.net I chose a scene from Stock.Xchange for my header and it has a border separating the scene from the first layer that I couldn't get rid of, so instead I decided to stretch the scene across the entire header which I thought looked good.(wish I where there LOL)

I'm promoting alternative energy and the scene I chose is a lovely sea shore with rolling waves,

Is there a problem in doing it this way (ignoring all the other layers).

I also think an off white font (I chose a thin "old newspaper" font) should do the trick.

Larry
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It's okay if you don't use all the Paint.net tools that were shown in the Affiloblueprint lessons. They were just demonstrated so that members will be informed that there are available tools in the software that they could use. As long as you're satisfied with how your header looks, then it's fine not to follow all the steps :)

But you have to add a new layer if you're going to put a text on your header so that it will be easier to move around.
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marymeagan
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Hi Michell

Thanks again for your advice

Larry
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