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Topic # 15336 16-Aug-2007 19:34
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Hey, all i want to be able to do is put a bunch of images on a A4 sized imaging space... mix them round a bit, add a background and print it out onto an a4 sheet of paper taking up the whole page....

This can't really be done in paint, i've tried many times!!

What software can do this??????

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  Reply # 82643 16-Aug-2007 20:00
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simon14: Hey, all i want to be able to do is put a bunch of images on a A4 sized imaging space... mix them round a bit, add a background and print it out onto an a4 sheet of paper taking up the whole page....



This can't really be done in paint, i've tried many times!!



What software can do this??????


Yikes, definitely stay away from Paint!

You could use Microsoft Photo Manager - comes with Office.

However, the best software to use in my opinion is Photoshop or Photoshop Elements (the slightly cut-down version).

HP printers come with photo editing software and it is capable of doing what you want - if you use HP, check it out:)

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  Reply # 82646 16-Aug-2007 20:17
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Collage is what you want.

http://www.ifoxsoft.com/
http://www.microsoft.com/canada/home/photosandmusic/2.0.38_createadigitalphotocollage.aspx

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 82647 16-Aug-2007 20:27

the GIMP is free and very powerful

http://www.gimp.org/windows/




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