fast and free 4up prints

Discussion in 'Digital Cameras' started by zuuum, Aug 10, 2004.

  1. zuuum

    zuuum Guest

    Looking for a freeware program or plug-in to print 4 photos 3.5x5" in
    landscape on 8.5x11 sheets. BUT the 4 photos are all different files. I
    have about 350 of these things to spit out in the next few hours. Any help
    or leads appreciated.

    Thanks
     
    zuuum, Aug 10, 2004
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  2. zuuum

    Tony Spadaro Guest

    You can do it in Photoshop or any other image editor that allows the use of
    layers.
     
    Tony Spadaro, Aug 10, 2004
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  3. zuuum

    zuuum Guest

    Manually opening and combining 350 files in groups of 4 is out of the
    question with the deadline. I need something that will batch the process,
    reading 4 at a time from a directory until they have all been output as
    300dpi, 8.5x11"files. All the files are landscape mode. The output files I
    am hoping to burn to cd for printing.
     
    zuuum, Aug 10, 2004
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  4. my printer driver software does this....HP 722c....are you sure yours does
    not?
    Might be part of WinXP. Photoshop has the thumbnailing....bit more haste and
    hard to size.
     
    Gene Palmiter, Aug 10, 2004
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  5. zuuum

    Blade Runner Guest

    This could be late.
    The software comes with Canon i560 can do what you want.
    The honest way is to buy a i560 and use it.
    The other way is to return it back to Walmart/Target/Fry's and FORGOT to
    uninstall the software.
    You can also search Canon web site to see if you can download it for FREE.


    =>Looking for a freeware program or plug-in to print 4 photos 3.5x5" in
    =>landscape on 8.5x11 sheets. BUT the 4 photos are all different files. I
    =>have about 350 of these things to spit out in the next few hours. Any help
    =>or leads appreciated.
    =>
    =>Thanks
    =>
     
    Blade Runner, Aug 14, 2004
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