Solved: Printing multiple photos at once

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CarolinaBill

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It would be convenient at times to quickly and easily print 2, 3, 4, etc photos at once on a sheet. I can prepare a new file in Photoshop Elements, combining these into one with full flexibility, but some of the people in a retirement home that I work with don't have software like that. I can also print several pictures at once with Picassa but with no flexibility and I cannot double up one of the pictures doing this. What I am asking is if anyone is familiar with an image editing and printing program (along the lines of Irfanview) that would allow several images to be selected, placed on a blank page, then printed. -- It may be too much to ask!
 

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Although I use Adobe programs for editing, I use Olympus Master for printing multiple pics. It originally came with my Olympus camera, but now is a free download if you submit your email

For printing, you chose templates with your desired array and drag the pictures into the array. I bet your retirement folks could learn to use it.

http://www.olympusamerica.com/cpg_section/oima_softwaremaster.asp

I'm surprised they give it away It has a number of other features.
 

CarolinaBill

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Thank you for both replies. I tried the Paint.Net and it has possibilities and I will try the Olympus software also.
 

CarolinaBill

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The Olympus Print Wizard does almost everything I might want simply and easily. Plus being free makes it a winner. Thanks for the tips.
 
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