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I've a horrible feeling this is going to be a dumb question but here goes anyway :?

The print wizard provides several useful "layouts" and I want to use the multiple-up versions so that I can print 2 or 4 pictures per A4 page. I can't seem to find out how to print different photos in each "pane". For example I've selected 4 pictures and they are in my "workplace" but whenever I print only the "active" photo is selected for printing. I can print multiple copies of the same picture in the selected layout but can't seem to figure out how to print all 4 pictures on the same physical page.

What have I missed ?

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I've a horrible feeling this is going to be a dumb question but here goes anyway :?

The print wizard provides several useful "layouts" and I want to use the multiple-up versions so that I can print 2 or 4 pictures per A4 page. I can't seem to find out how to print different photos in each "pane". For example I've selected 4 pictures and they are in my "workplace" but whenever I print only the "active" photo is selected for printing. I can print multiple copies of the same picture in the selected layout but can't seem to figure out how to print all 4 pictures on the same physical page.

What have I missed ?

Just use the photo printing wizard through My Pictures.

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Not at all! Paint.NET uses the default print dialog for Windows, and it (frankly) sucks. ;-)

 

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