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.PSPSCRIPT File Extension

File TypePaintShop Pro Resource File

DeveloperCorel
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What is a PSPSCRIPT file?

A PSPSCRIPT file contains a resource created by PaintShop Pro, a raster graphics editor for Windows. It stores a resource used by PaintShop Pro, which may be a script, brush, template, palette swatch, or tool preset. PSPSCRIPT files may be a resource included with PaintShop Pro or a custom resource created by a user.

More Information

Since PSPSCRIPT files can be used to store various types of resources, the file name preceding the extension typically indicates the type of resource the file contains. Also, the folder the PSPSCRIPT file is located in can be used to identify the type of resource.

PSPSCRIPT files that store brushes can be imported in PaintShop Pro by selecting File → Import → Custom Brush, navigating to the PSPCRIPT file in the dialog, choosing the PSPSCRIPT file, then clicking Add.

You can share PSPSCRIPT files with other users simply by attaching them to an email, uploading them to an online storage space, or transferring them to a flash drive. After receiving the PSPSCRIPT file, the user can import it in Paint Shop Pro or save the file to the following directory:

Documents\Corel PaintShop Pro\[version]\Brushes

NOTE: PaintShop Pro was formerly known as PaintShop Photo Pro.

Common PSPSCRIPT Filenames

Preset_XYZ.pspscript - Name of a tool or command preset found in the "presets" directory.

Swatch_XYZ.pspscript - Name of a palette swatch found in the "Swatches" directory.

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Updated 3/19/2018

About PSPSCRIPT Files

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