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Is there a way to print jpeg with file names?

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I know in Windows Xp photo printing wizard, I can print a severl pictures a page depending on your layour selection.   Is there a way to have the pictures  print out with the file names under them?

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RD
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Mukul-Varma earned 125 total points
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http://www.atalasoft.com/EyeBatch/features.aspx.
Read the features carefully, filenames and EXI info of the pictures taken from your digicam can also be printed on the pictures.

Or try to find a download for Fotofusion over Google.

But I am sure, Eyebatch will do your job.

Greetings

Mukul

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