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    Question Printing software question
    I desperately need a free or cheap piece of software which will enable me to print more than one jpg on a page. I do a lot of collages and am trying to print copyright-free pictures {from Dover} to use in the collages. It is wasteful {and expensive} to print each jpg slap in the middle of each sheet of paper. I want to be able to drag-and-drop them so that several will print on one page.

    When I was a PC person, I had a couple of pieces of software that did this so there must be something out there for the Mac! Right?

    Any suggestions?

    Patricia

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    Doesn't your printer come with an installation cd?

    Most of those contain a Windows version and a Mac version.

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    Any word processor will let you do that - you don't need special software. I use OpenOffice but NeoOffice, pages or Word all work too.
    Experience teaches you to recognise a mistake when you make it again.

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    my Canon ip4300 came with software to optimize the printing of photos. check for similar software on your mfg website.

    here is a link for epson and Canon that came up with a google search

    Download Easy-PhotoPrint 3.7.0 - Easy-PhotoPrint allows high-quality printing as well as corrections and enhancements of photos and other images - Softpedia

    Easy-PhotoPrint

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    Use Picassa. Drop your images into a folder - import that folder into Picassa (free download from Picasa 3: Free download from Google) then click on Create > Picture collage on the top menu. Picassa creates a collage that you can manipulate to get the effect you want, then save the collage as a file and paste into whatever application you are working with.

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    I think OP just wants to print several photos side by side on one page not make a collage. Patrisha come back to us in this one...
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    @sawday, you are correct. I want to be able to drag and drop pictures onto a page and then print them. Then I will cut or tear them out and use them in a collage...

    And I just tried Open Office and it did what I wanted perfectly.

    So, thanks to all who made suggestions.

    Patricia

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