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Printing different pictues on a single sheet

Discussion in 'Photography Forums' started by kingcobbler, Apr 6, 2005.

  1. kingcobbler

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    Does anyone have any great ideas on some ideally free software which helps print different pictures on a single sheet of paper.

    The software package that came free with my digi camera lets you print multiples of a single picture but not different pics. So this means I am spending much more on photo paper than I need. I deally after a tool which allws me to map pictures to fill up a sheet of paper thus wasting the minimal amount.

    Ta in advance
     
  2. pjclark1

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    I just use photoshop and fit 5 or 6 photos onto an A4 sheet of photo glossy,
    then I just print and cut. Saves loads of time and money.
     
  3. severnsource

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    The windows photo printing wizard is OK for printing multiple pictures on one sheet as long as all the pictures are in the same folder, and you don't need to do anything fancy to them.

    I use Lumapix Fotofusion which is very configurable, but is not free and has a number of irritations, like insisting on connecting to their web site every time you start the program.
     
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    Arcsoft photoprinter 4.0 is very good. not free though :(
     
  5. Zone

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    Basic but you could try using Word at a push.
     
  6. RobertP

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    Back when I used to think home printing was a good idea :rolleyes: I used Qimage. It lets you add your pictures to a queue for printing using pre defined or custom layouts.
    It is shareware so it has a 30 day trial. The trial is crippled a bit by having a 10 picture limit on the queue size. Once set up how you like it, it is a very easy and high quality print utility.

    Qimage is 45$ to register.
     
  7. HotblackDesiato

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    Another vote for Qimage which i prefer to CS/Elements for printing
     

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