photo printing utility ?

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phoneguy55

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I had a Kodak photo editing utility I found somewhere on the Net that did a great job of squeezing different sizes of photos onto a page for max use of the photo paper. All the shortcuts are ( were ) still on my pc, but the actual program seemed to have disappeared. No problem ( I thought )...I removed all instances of the old Kodak references, and figured I would get it off the Net again. Now I cannot find it anywhere...I googled my browser to exhaustion and "no dice".

Does anyone know of a utility that will layout the images in different sizes in a few simple steps? I think most newer printers may come bundled with something like I need, but my old HP didn't have anything like that 4 years ago.
 

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Buck52.....( re: PhotoPrint 2 )

.....Thanks, man.....that simple...basic utility is exactly what I wanted
......no frills....no extras...just photo layout options of all sizes and dimensions.
I don't think I have ever seen a more basic user interface than this one,
....but it does all I need it to do.

so here is my new digital photo routine:

-download from camera to desktop as .jpg
-use Irfanview to convert to .bmp , then quick crop/resize/ rough color adjust
-use Corel Photo House for touching up...red eye redux....clone out little flaws
-use PhotoPrint 2 for snapshots and portraits
 
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