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How to print a sheet of wallet sized pictures?

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Salu isn't a troll; it was a simple misunderstanding.

There is, in fact, no automatic way to do this. Salu's manual way would make it work, I think. You could also use the Align Object plugin to arrange them on the page.

Hope this helps.


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If you simply want to print the same image multiple times on one sheet, then the built in Windows Photo Printing Wizard (which PDN uses for image printing) can do this for you.

Go to File > Print, then one you've selected your target printer you will be taken to the Layout Selection section. Scroll to the bottom and select "Wallet Prints". Below this there is an option to print the image multiple times ("Number of times to use each picture"), set this at 9, and wait a couple of seconds for the preview. This will lay out your image in 3x3 format on a single A4 page, with the image cropped and rotated to fit (so make sure that your image is in the correct proportions and aspect ratio to avoid cropping; namely 4:3 or 3:4).


If you want to print multiple different images on one sheet in wallet layout, then you will have to use PDN to resize each image and position them on a correctly sized and proportioned background (21.0cm x 29.7cm - for A4, with each print image being 6cm x 8cm)

I have attached a template that you can open in PDN and use to position your individual prints.


Hope this helps.




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