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Getting One 5×7″, Two 2.5×3.5″, and Four Wallet Size Photos on One Print

I’ve often joked that we’re now one click away from becoming a Sears Portrait Studio since Adobe invented the Picture Package feature, which lets you gang-print the standard, common photo sizes together on one sheet. With Picture Package, Elements does all the work for you. All you have to do is open the photo you want gang-printed, and then Elements will take it from there—except for the manual cutting of the final print, which is actually beyond Elements’ capabilities. So far.

Step One

Open the photo in the Elements Editor that you want to appear in a variety of sizes on one page, and then go under the File menu and choose Print Multiple Photos.


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