How to Open Multiple Images on Paint

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Opening multiple images on Paint is a really great way to multitask. Open multiple images in Paint with help from a freelance production artist and graduate of DigiPen Institution of Technology in this free video clip.

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Video Transcript

I'm Parker Pierce, and this is "how to open multiple files in MS Paint." If you're working with a high number of image files, opening them one by one can be a hassle. I'm here to show you a setup that'll allow you to select all of them and open them simultaneously in Paint. First of all, your computer has a default program that it will open image files in, and it's default can vary among computers. Mine, for example, is Photoshop. If you multi-select files, they will all open in your default program. You have the option to right-click a file and find the open with part of the list. From there, you could just choose Paint as a one time option, or you could set it as a default program. Go ahead and make MS Paint your default image viewer program. You can always set it back to another program when you need to. Now that Paint is your default image viewer, drag a selection over as many files as you'd like and press Enter.


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