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Adjustable Contact Sheet in Microsoft Office 2010?

Posted on 2011-03-04
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I’m wondering does Microsoft Office 2010 have a feature where we can create a contact sheet print like the Photo Printing Wizard?
I like the Contact Sheet Print, but it only gives you the option to print a 35 prints per page (5x7).  I can’t find anything to change how that lays out.
I would rather have a 5x4 or 5x5 so my pictures are not too small.
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teylyn earned 500 total points
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Hello,

the Photo Printing Wizard is a feature of the operating system, not of Microsoft Office. MS Office 2010 does not offer any tools for photo printing, which is not surprising, since image linking and editing is only a small feature in applications that are targeted towards other things, like word processing, spreadsheets, email and databases.

So, the answer is, No.

If you are after a tool to manage your images and create contact prints, MS Office 2010 may be the wrong area to look at.

Adobe Photoshop (with dedicated Adobe Tools), The Gimp (open source = free), XnView (open source = free), Picasa (free from Google) and other packages are alternatives that specialise on image management and will offer you more options than the MS operating system defaults or any MS Office version.

cheers, teylyn
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