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Solved: Windows 7 Photo Viewer won't print 4up photo

Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by GreyGuy, Sep 3, 2013.

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  1. GreyGuy

    GreyGuy Thread Starter

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    1. Open windows explorer, Browse to photos
    2. Ctrl+Click to select the pictures
    3. Rclick, and PRINT - Windows Photo Viewer opens4. Select on right side the number of pics you want on a single page. eg: 2, 4, 9, etc.
    You will see all the pictures you selected on a single sheet of paper. Click Print!
     
  2. GreyGuy

    GreyGuy Thread Starter

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    1. Open windows explorer, Browse to photos
    2. Ctrl+Click to select the photos
    3. Rclick, and PRINT - Windows Photo Viewer opens
    4. Select the number of pics you want on a single page...

    1 full page prints fine
    2up and 4up print a small sliver of the photo
    9up and 12up print fine

    Guess how many photos the user wants on one page...

    Misc stuff..
    Win7x64
    Office2010x32
    Latest updates and patches
    need more?
     
  3. TerryNet

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    Seven? :D

    My guess is that some option in Photo Viewer or Printer Properties is incompatible with two or four or is changing for some reason. For a scheme that works and one that doesn't carefully compare all the settings you see on the Print Pictures page and click on Options at the lower right and continue on to printer properties.
     
  4. GreyGuy

    GreyGuy Thread Starter

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    Different sets of eyes compared settings and found no differences - this was time sensitive for the user so we Printed to CutePDFWriter - saved as PDF and was able to print normally from there. Thanx for the help…
     
  5. TerryNet

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    You used the same workaround that I have had to use at times. :)
     
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