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On a C5180 All-in-One printer how can I print two 5x7 photos(the same photo) on one sheet of 8 1/2x11 photo paper?  I am running Windows 7 on my computer.  It seems a shame to print only one 5x7 on the page & lose the use of the rest of the paper.

 

Bill

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Do you remember the name of the program by chance? I think you can do that with Windows Picture Viewer, and it should have installed with the OS. What program is your pictures opening in now?
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You would need to use a program like Word or Photoshop to put both images into one file. Once you have that done, you just have to print the new document. Hope that helps.
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Shane, thanks for the reply to my question but  I am not trying to print two seperate pictures on a single piece of photo paper.......I want two 5x7 copies of a single picture on one 8 1/2 x 11 photo paper.

  Before I upgraded to Windows 7 from Windows XP, I remember being able to pull up a picture on the computer & when I'd ask it to print, a Print Wizard would pop up & allow me to select any number of options of printing.  I could print wallet sizes, custom sizes, 5x7, etc.  I have upgraded the drivers to Windows 7 on my HP C5180 All-in-One printer. 

   I hope this takes the confusion out of my explanation of what I'm trying to do.  Sure hope you can help me.

 

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Thanks again. I got it! Actually it was my fault in setting up the print settings. It's a little different look in the Windows 7 than with XP.
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I would like to print two 5/7 pictures (same) on one 8 1/2 x 11Photo paper.  I used to beable to do this and something happened.  I use windows 7  and have a HP Office Jet 8600 Printer.

Currently I am able to print only on 5x7 picture on my printer.

All the pictures come out great no problem there.

Thank you.

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I figured it out.

On the bottom left of the "Print Pictures" page, it says "Copies of each picture".

After choosing your format, 5"x7",  use the up arrow on "Copies of each picture" to choose 2, it will then place another 5"x7" in the viewing pane for a 8.5"x11" piece of photo paper.

If you want 2- 4"x6" prints on one piece of photo paper choose the 4"x6" format and choose 2 copies of each picture.

If you want 4- 3.5"x5" prints on one piec of photo paper choose the 3.5"x5" format and choose 4 copies of each picture.

If you  want 9-wallet size prints on one piece of photo paper choose the wallet size format and choose 9 photos to print.

If you want 36- contact sheet size prints on one piece of photo paper choose the contact sheet format and choose 36 photos to  print.

And, of course if you only want 1 8"x10" choose the 8"x10" format and choose 1 to print.

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 I am referring to Windows Photo Viewer above.

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