How to print multiple photos on single page from Photo Gallery??

Discussion in 'Windows Vista Music, Pictures and Video' started by Morbius, Feb 20, 2009.

  1. Morbius

    Morbius Guest

    In XP, I used to be able to select multiple photos, and then when I printed
    them from the Pictures and Fax viewer, I used to be able to select various
    "templates" for printing, that allowed me to print two, four, or more photos
    on a single page. Seems I recall even being able to print a "contact sheet"
    of many images.

    Now in Vista Ultimate, I don't seem to have that option...if I select
    multiple photos (even just 2!) in the Photo Gallery and select print, the
    only "template" option showing in the right-hand pane of the print setup
    dialog is "Full
    Page Photo"...I have no other options I can select. What's wrong here? The
    help seems to show multiple different templates being available in that pane.
    Morbius, Feb 20, 2009
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  2. Morbius

    ÀîÒã Guest

    use some software such as picasa
    ÀîÒã, Feb 20, 2009
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  3. Morbius

    Morbius Guest

    Actually, I already did that, and still only had the "Full Page Photo"
    option. But I found out what was wrong, and it was kind of stupid...the
    PAPER SIZE was set to 4x6, which apparently only allows the full page
    option. When I selected a larger paper size, all the other multiple-
    photo template options appeared again...which makes sense.
    Morbius, Feb 20, 2009
  4. Morbius

    sowhattodo Guest

    Morbius wrote on 02/19/2009 22:04 ET
    With Excel, you can print many photos by selecting how many photos per pag
    to 64), with many informations around the pictures: names of people
    phones, functions in the company, etc
    You can create your photo gallery in 10 seconds
    sowhattodo, Jan 22, 2012
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