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Old 06-18-06, 02:48 PM
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please HELP re: photo printing software

I'm looking for a photo printing program that will allow me to print multiple images, with automatic or manual placement of the shots, on one sheet of photo paper. I'm trying to make a collage of sorts with photos in rows and columns and need the program to be able to print each photo in its assigned row/column. It needs to be adjustable, to allow different size images.

Anyone know of a program that will do this? Please help...
Old 06-18-06, 03:33 PM
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Do you have Windows XP? Just bring up the picture folder and click Print Pictures - it will bring up printer wizard and let you choose how it prints.
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Yes, I do have Windows XP. What I'm trying to do is print a collage using about 22 pics...I would like to print them on one sheet of standard photo paper, in rows and columns, with equal spacing/format. Can Wizard do this?
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I think you can do this with Canon Easy Photo Print. It's free, so it doesn't hurt to try.
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Well, it can.

Well, it can print up to 35 images (about 1'X1 1/2" per image) in one sheet.
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Found what I needed....It's called Fotoslate.

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