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Question: How do I save a copy of Qimage Ultimate for a backup copy? I would like to save it to a flash drive....also while I am at I need to make a template to print 8 - 1"x1 7/16" on a 4"x6" paper....I am new to photo printing so go easy on me
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« on: January 19, 2015, 08:27:59 PM »

How do I save a copy of Qimage Ultimate for a backup copy? I would like to save it to a flash drive....also while I am at it, I need to make a template to print 8 - 1"x1 7/16" photos on a 4"x6" paper....I am new to photo printing so go easy on me
If you would like to respond directly my email is sbsunscopes@yahoo.com
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« Reply #1 on: January 19, 2015, 08:49:12 PM »

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How do I save a copy of Qimage Ultimate for a backup copy? I would like to save it to a flash drive....also while I am at it, I need to make a template to print 8 - 1"x1 7/16" photos on a 4"x6" paper....I am new to photo printing so go easy on me
If you would like to respond directly my email is sbsunscopes@yahoo.com
thanks
No need to save a backup copy, although you are always welcome to save the Install exe file
Just save the latest password from the email for downloading. The file will always be available to you.

As for the 1 x 1.44 Seven prints on a 4 x 6, Click on the print properties button (Zebra stripes) below the rifght side preview panel.
Click crop scissor to ON
Then Click Custom ...
Then dot the top selection for size.
Enter your size print.
Ok out of that, and you should see 9 empty boxes on the Preview panel;.

Now drag the 7 images into 7 of the 9 boxes.
Assuming 7 different ones.

Let us know how you are doing

Fred
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