Print date picture was taken on picture

Discussion in 'Windows Vista Music, Pictures and Video' started by Carol, Jun 17, 2008.

  1. Carol

    Carol Guest

    I have Windows Photo Gallery and Hp Photosmart printer. I need the date the
    picture was taken printed on the picture for a legal reason. How do I do
    this. I can get the picture on the screen with the date but it does not
    print.
     
    Carol, Jun 17, 2008
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  2. Carol

    John Inzer Guest

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    Maybe the following free software would
    be worth a try.

    FastStone Image Viewer
    http://www.faststone.org/FSViewerDetail.htm

    "Basic steps to add dates to image files
    using Fast Stone Image Viewer"

    (You'll have to experiment with position, font
    size, color and the various Variables to achieve
    the result you desire.)

    Tools / Batch Convert / Batch Convert tab...

    Check the box...Use advanced options...

    Advanced Options button / Text tab /
    Check the box...Use Text...

    Open the drop window..."Insert a Variable"
    choose...EXIF DateTime / Date and Time...OK...

    Add the files you wish to append...

    Choose an Output Format...

    Choose an Output folder...

    --

    John Inzer
    Digital Media MVP

    Notice
    This is not tech support
    I am a volunteer

    Solutions that work for
    me may not work for you

    Proceed at your own risk
     
    John Inzer, Jun 17, 2008
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  3. Carol

    Carol Guest

    Thank you for the help. I actually copied the pictures to a different
    software and it worked. I will play with your suggestions and appreciate the
    fact that you responded.
     
    Carol, Jun 17, 2008
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  4. Carol

    John Inzer Guest

    ==============
    You're welcome.

    Which software worked for you?

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    John Inzer
    Digital Media MVP

    Notice
    This is not tech support
    I am a volunteer

    Solutions that work for
    me may not work for you

    Proceed at your own risk
     
    John Inzer, Jun 17, 2008
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