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Author Topic: Gaps in columns of printed pictures  (Read 12019 times)
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« Reply #30 on: October 24, 2013, 06:54:24 PM »

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It seems only fair to report I needed to do another two strips of images today. All 100mm wide and ideally 600mm tall.

I dropped my selected images on some A3+ pages and then moved them around to create the columns. Final positioning was with the Ctl and cursor arrows as suggested above. They worked a treat. Not a single white line between frames. One of my columns was a bit jagged as I must have made a mistake with the CTL Left/Right. But that was no big deal and easily cleaned up with the trimmer.

Thanks again folk.

Always good to hear that the results were worth the effort.

Thanks to you too for your patience in answering all the questions to make it work.

Fred
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