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Is there a way to print different pictures on one page? I have 2 5.5x8 cards I'd like to print on one page so I can just cut them apart. Is there an easy way to do this?...

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    Default Print Different Pictures on One Page?

    Is there a way to print different pictures on one page? I have 2 5.5x8 cards I'd like to print on one page so I can just cut them apart. Is there an easy way to do this?
    Barbara P. Guest

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    Barbara

    If you are using elements 2 it is easy! Just select File >Prints Layout
    >Picture package then select the sizes you want. Unfortunately 2 5.5x8 is
    not a standard form (but you can do it as a custom format but that is a
    different story. But select say 2 5x7 an it will show two of the image you
    have open. Just double click in either of the picture displays and then
    select the image you want to have. The other frame will stay as it was.
    You can also edit that one if you want.

    g




    Grant Dixon Guest

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    This is how I do it.
    Select >Select all >Edit >Copy
    Create a new canvas with the same resolution as your original files.
    Edit> paste and the first image will be on your new canvas. Select the second image >copy > paste and with the move tool place both images in te order you need them.

    Leen
    Leen Koper Guest

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    Leen,

    You got this right on for setting pictures on a page.

    One suggestion that I think came from Richard Coencas is to "drag" the
    pictures on to the blank page so you don't take up any memory like when you
    copy and paste.

    Pete


    Pete D Guest

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    You're right, Pete. I do all of mine through dragging. It just seems simpler, in addition to any memory issues. If you have to have the image open in order to copy it, you might just as well skip a couple of steps.
    Beth Haney Guest

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    Pete, yup...dragger over here as well...so much easier ! Yup, I'm a dragger gal ;)
    Jodi Frye Guest

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    Pete, thanks for the tip, I'll try today at the studio.
    As this is a daily routine for me it might save me quite some time on a yearly base.

    Leen
    Leen Koper Guest

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    I've mentioned this before, but since this subject has come up again here, I'll toss in this tip. When you drag a layer from one image to another, hold down shift and the layer will be centered on the new image. Saves a lot of tweaking later.

    Rich
    Richard Coencas Guest

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