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Enlarging images, printing on mult pages


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Greetings, I am new here. I am an artist and used a program that was possibly already in my MacBook Pro ( I know I didn't pay for this or download it). OR this program was in the printer program I had ( hp).. I've used this often in the past...now I can't seem to find it.

You selected an image then there was a grid to print it on 4 or 16 sheets of regular 8 x 11 printer paper. Then your printer printed it out on 4 or 16 sheets and you taped them together.

Does anyone know the name of this program ( I think it had the word create in it but not sure)

Thanks for any help.

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Greetings, I am new here. I am an artist and used a program that was possibly already in my MacBook Pro ( I know I didn't pay for this or download it). OR this program was in the printer program I had ( hp).. I've used this often in the past...now I can't seem to find it.

You selected an image then there was a grid to print it on 4 or 16 sheets of regular 8 x 11 printer paper. Then your printer printed it out on 4 or 16 sheets and you taped them together.

Does anyone know the name of this program ( I think it had the word create in it but not sure)
Hi - well you're not providing much help w/o a name (or even part of a name)? I'm not sure if this came w/ your MBPro, and what program it may be (e.g. Preview) or a part of an HP installation or something else? Please go to Finder -> Applications and check there to see if 'anything' is familiar. Good luck - Dave
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the process is known as 'tiling'. there's nothing obvious in iphoto that would suggest it supports it so it probably is contained within your hp printer settings

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