To display an image, you usually open it from a file. You may also create it in Mira using the Duplicate command or as the result of an image processing operations. If opening an image from a file, there are actually two operations involved: 1) opening the file, and 2) displaying the file. Often these are grouped together because you open the image in order to display it.
There are a number of different ways to open an image file for display.
To open a single image, see these topics:
Using the Open Dialog
Most Recently Used File List.
Using Drag & Drop
To display a stack of images as an Image Set in one window, see these topics:
Working with Image Sets
Opening Multiple Files
Working With File Lists
Working with Image Windows, Animation Toolbar, Image Toolbar