is it possible to see text hidden using ms paint as shown by this example?enter image description here

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Short answer: no

Long answer - because mspaint supports image format that do not work on layers, which means once the image as presented is saved there is no way to move part of image that hides the text below. Unless you have the original image, this information is lost.

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