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mistrhanky Dec 29, 2004 2:52 PM

I have a Canon i960 printer and it works great. However, I have some photos that don't fit the standard photo sizes of 5x7, 4x6 etc. Some are panorama's, some are just odd croppings. I would like to be able to arrange and print these on a single 8x10 sheet, since both pictures would fit.

I am using the canon Easyphoto plus software right now, but it does not allow me to arrange the layout of the print, other than to make them conform to the standard sizes by cropping. Does anyone know of any software that will do this and work with this printer, or do I simply need to redo the photos to fit the standard sizes, or bite the bullet and burn a entire 8x10 sheet to get the print?

S1Artiste Jan 3, 2005 6:44 AM

Use Qimage.





oAtoMo Apr 27, 2005 4:18 PM

Hi!

It seems to me that qimage is a "very" professional software.

I want to instal a software like "Easy-PhotoPrint" from Canon, so mi clients can print their pictures. Problem is that "Easy-PhotoPrint" only works with canon, I think. Do you know any other software like that?

Thanks

Mom Apr 29, 2005 6:26 AM

You might want to try PhotoElf. It's one of those programs that you can try for free, before you buy it.

www.PhotoELF.com


The Tadge Apr 29, 2005 3:36 PM

Paintshop Pro ( my version is 7 ) has a multi image print facility. You can do various sizes, shapes and rotate individual images. Works well

The tadge


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