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Three methods for printing multiple photos on a single page

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Whether you want to make a collage or print a page to remember with several photos of friends, family or people we love, you look better when on a page we print multiple photos.
print multiple photos on one page
print multiple photos on one page
Few people know how to print on one page several photos without difficulty, if you are one of them not to worry.
It will not be as difficult to reduce the size of photos to place on one page, put the right colors for this look more attractive, then list three methods that will help make something you can get so difficult to consider easy.

For more assistance you have sought various methods as with microsoft word processor, image viewer or if using cloud computer can do in a website that will supply below.

The first way to print multiple photos on a single page is using the Windows image viewer is simple, we just have to find all the photos you want to print in a single folder, preferably on the desktop. see image below...
select all the images to put them all in one image
select all the images to put them all in one image
When selecting multiple photos in the folder at the top of the option you can do with the images is activated, in this case we see that we can print the images click on print.

Us a picture which contains the images you've selected and some other options will appear, we can modify the printer settings if we want but actually go to the right part of the window that opens, select the option #5 counting top to bottom.

In this case is to put four images on one page, you can select among other options, to put up to 35 images on a single page.

Click on continue and the printer immediately print a page with four or pages as we have selected for printing. see image below...
print four images on a single page
print four images on a single page
Another easy way to print images is to use Microsoft Office PowerPoint, this is a program used as word processing on computers with Windows installed, at a cost of US$ 200 average, but really almost everyone gets free.

The fact is that this program belongs to the famous Microsoft Office for Windows programs, along with other programs make the best selling product after Microsft Windows and most widely used among users of office, followed by Open Office and a similar version for free.

Print multiple images on one page using this program is not something from another world, if we made a slide we will be easy to put together and print multiple images.

We just need to open the program, the process of explanation may vary, it depends on which version you have. We try to give a general explanation of the process.

After opening the program, in the top left click on insert, it is possible that some versions have this option file, add image, I'm currently using the 2007 as I said before we click insert and image, you can select from route preferably have put the desktop image in a folder, attach these images and boarded the word processor, this may appear a bit distorted not be difficult to give correct size and position using the mouse.
powerpoint administrative panel
powerpoint administrative panel
After the pages to be in the office screen next step is to print the page, this process is simple we just go to File in the top right and click on print. Next step print window where you can select printer properties opens. view image...
four images in PowerPoint to print
four images in PowerPoint to print
The other method we've gotten for this is a web page, in this you can select from up the amount you want, give the shape you want and then print.

Follow the link and then the page is a descriptive and will help with any questions you have in common questions. link page then...
photovisi logo
photovisi logo
Registration is free and photos can do with it what you want from download to print, it is recommended. using this page with your pictures responsibility is alien to us.

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