How to Insert Multiple Images in Microsoft Paint? – Full Tutorial

Hello, everyone! Today, we are going to tell you about how to insert multiple images in Microsoft Word without any mess. If you are one of those who want to know the simple method to insert multiple images on your page in Microsoft Paint then you can follow our simple procedure step by step.

How to Insert Multiple Images in Microsoft Paint? – Full Tutorial

How to Insert Multiple Images in Microsoft Paint

You can face many difficulties in inserting multiple images in Microsoft Paint because Microsoft Paint doesn’t contain a multi-layer system in the same window.

How To Insert Multiple Images in Microsoft Paint?

You can follow our simple process step by step to insert multiple images in Microsoft Paint without overlapping the images on each other. You can also place any image anywhere and also change the size of your image according to the background of the window:

  1. You have to open “PAINT” on your screen.
  2. Now, you have to go to the option of “FILE”.
  3. To open a new file, you have to click on the “OPEN”{CTRL+O}  option.
  4. You have to select the image which you want to insert on the top of the other image.
  5. Now, click on the “OK” button.
  6. You can see your image on the Paint page.
  7. You have to click on “SELECT ALL”{CTRL+A} by clicking on the “SELECT” option.
  8. To copy click on the “COPY”{CTRL+C} option.
  9. Now, you have to go to the “FILE” option.
  10. To open a new file, you have to click on the “OPEN” option{CTRL+O}.
  11. You have to select an image that you want to set as a background.
  12. Click on the “OPEN” button.
  13. By doing that, you can replace your previous image with your selected image.
  14. Click on the “PASTE”{CTRL+V}.
  15. Now, you can see your copied image on the screen. You can change the size and move your image from one place to another.

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MATERIALS:

  • IMAGE FILES

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FINAL VERDICT: You can read our simple guide on how to insert multiple images in Microsoft Paint without overlapping each other. You can also change the size or resize your image according to your background. You can also change the place of the image on the screen by selecting it. 

While creating a new file of your image, you have to select the SAVE AS option instead of the SAVE option so that your image wouldn’t overlap with other images.

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