Multiple Images on A4 paper.

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Can anyone tell me how to go about printing several (perhaps 12) images onto A4 paper ? This is for the purpose of a photo round in a quiz I'm trying to put together.
I'm also looking to have each photo numbered and a line inserted below the image so that the quizzers can write in the name of each person in the images.
 

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I have not come across any kind of photo printing software that would do something like that. A word processing program, like MS-Word could be used to create a 3x4 or 2x6 table to fit on one sheet of A4 paper. You could then insert a scaled photo into each box of the table, along with any text and horizontal lines.
 

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I have not come across any kind of photo printing software that would do something like that. A word processing program, like MS-Word could be used to create a 3x4 or 2x6 table to fit on one sheet of A4 paper. You could then insert a scaled photo into each box of the table, along with any text and horizontal lines.
OK thanks, but that's what I'm asking - HOW do I do that ?
 

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If you choose to use MS-Word, you can use the include help function or on line tutorials to learn how to insert and format a table with a given number of rows and columns. You can then learn how to insert and scale photos saved on your computer. I have attached an example MS-Word file that shows you what can be done. To save my time, I repeated some of the photos
 

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