Edit > Paste as New Image
Paste as New Image
The Paste as New Image command allows you to paste the image data from the Pop Art Studio Clipboard into a new image. If no data is present or the Windows Clipboard contains newer data, the application uses the Windows Clipboard to paste the data.
1. Choose Edit > Paste as New Image
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