Fix: Paint 3D Not Showing Export Options

If an app isn’t allowing you to export files, you’ll be annoyed by it and stop using its services. As for Microsoft Paint 3D users, if they can still want to use this application and find a way to export their files, I’ll provide assistance. Here, I’ll discuss ways to Fix Paint 3D Not Showing Export Options.

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4 Ways to Fix Paint 3D Not Showing Export Options

Run Windows Apps Troubleshooter

Troubleshoot Microsoft Paint 3D

  • Launch Windows 10 Settings from the Start menu.
  • Navigate to the Update & Security tab.
  • Select the Troubleshoot option from the left pane.
  • Click on the Advanced Troubleshooters link from the right pane.
  • Locate and select Windows Store Apps
  • Hit Run the troubleshooter and follow the onscreen prompts.

Use a Shortcut Key

Microsoft Paint 3D shortcut key

In some situations using a simple shortcut key can help navigate to export options. Users can press the Alt + F keys simultaneously to open the export menu. And from there, perform their desired export-related operations with ease.

Update Windows 10

Paint 3D Not Showing Export Options

  • Press Windows + I keys to launch system settings.
  • Click on the Update & Security option.
  • Hit the Check for Updates button.
  • If you are notified about an available update, allow your system to install it.

Reinstall Microsoft Paint 3D

Microsoft Paint 3D is a built-in app, so you’ll be required to perform a different method to uninstall and reinstall it. You can do that with the help of Windows PowerShell by simply implying commands:

Reinstall Microsoft Paint 3D

Uninstallation:

  • Press Windows + X keys to launch Windows 10 menu.
  • Select Windows PowerShell (Admin) from the appearing set of options.
  • Execute the following command to uninstall Paint 3D:
    • Get-AppxPackage Microsoft.MSPaint | Remove-AppxPackage
  • Restart your PC to imply changes.

Reinstallation:

  • Within PowerShell, run the following command:
    • Get-AppxPackage -allusers Microsoft.MSPaint | Foreach {Add-AppxPackage -DisableDevelopmentMode -Register “$($_.InstallLocation)AppXManifest.xml”}
  • After the command is successfully executed, use the Cortana search bar to open Microsoft Paint 3D.

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