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Hi,

I have hundreds of bmp images, I would like to print each of these with the file name printed at the bottom of the page, the software I have avaliable to me are word, photoshop or any other freeware/windows image software.

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In photoshop, go to Print With Preview, and hit the checkbox for "labels". Thatll print the filename along with the image.
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You can also use Contact Sheets (File->Menu->Contact Sheet xx) in Photoshop to do this for you as well.  Depending on the number of images you want per page set the appropriate value, and then Photoshop can create a ready to print image with the file name caption as well.  This is ideal if you want to make some sort of printed image gallery.
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Both answers are perfect.  Thanks!
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