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Re: Picture software on a Mac


From: Woody Duncan (wduncan_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Sun Nov 17 2002 - 08:05:34 PST

Your current software will do the job.
I love Photoshop Elements.

In Photoshop Elements:
Go to File, then to Automate, one choice is contact sheet II
I use it to import student pics and create a photo seating chart.
You can use it to print out a contact sheet of all images in one
file or folder. You have a choice of the number of pictures to a page.
I suggest you put the pics you want into one folder and try it.
                                                I'm on a Mac, Woody in KC

Fran Legman wrote:
> I have an olympus D-490. I download pictures to Ofoto sometimes to print,
> but would like to print more at home. I have Photoshop elements, but I 'd
> like software that would help me print several pic on a page, I have a Mac
> with OS 9 running along with OSX. Anyone recommend some picture software.
> Thanks, Fran in NJ

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