printing a photo

Discussion in 'Windows Desktop Systems' started by xaz, Jan 19, 2003.

  1. xaz

    xaz Guest

    some times i print one photo from my picture folder in my xp-windows pc but the photo always in the centre of the A4 paper that means i use one paper per photo. I have been using MGI photosuit. Can some body tell me how to print the photo on the top or bottom of the paper. Cheers:( Xaz
  2. zalood

    zalood OSNN Addict

    Open the picture with Windows Picture & Fax Viewer.
    This will gives you option to print x number of photo(s) per page.
  3. Hipster Doofus

    Hipster Doofus Good grief Charlie Brown

    Melbourne Australia
    Yep Windows Picture & Fax Viewer is a great little tool for printing photos. :happy:
  4. daddyo

    daddyo OSNN Addict

    I like to use CorelDraw to place multiple photos on a page. It allows you to import any number of photos and place them anywhere on the page. I have done collages of overlapping photos by layering one photo on top of another. You can bring photos to the front or send them to the back so that corners can overlap. You can rotate photos to any angle, add text, enlarge or reduce them in size or whatever you want. It's pretty intuitive also. Best of all, IT'S NOT MICROSOFT.

    Hope this helps.