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Combine multiple jpg/bmp files into one jpg

I have 11 jpg/bmp logos I would like to combine into one jpg with each logo alphabetical in a column. I've played with it in Picasa without any success. I don't have Photoshop. I'm attaching the old one and a Word doc with the new ones. The letterhead it will be used for is a Publisher document used to do a mail merge with an Outlook contacts folder.


 Logos.docx old jpg
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pcladylrAuthor Commented:
Sorry ... don't know how I got in the Programming/Delphi zone and can't seem to cancel.
Brian GeeCommented:
Will this work for you?
Brian GeeCommented:
In TIF format if it works better for you...
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I tend to use PowerPoint to do this. Open PP, insert all your pictures, put them in the order you want them, then select all. Right click, select Group, this will make them a single item, then right click again and Save as picture. Job done. Hope this helps. Andy
MS Paint can handle that easily?
Open the MS Paint then File -> New and adjust the working area as it fits, and you can place all those pictures as required (one by one) and then go to File -> Save As and select the desired format.
pcladylrAuthor Commented:
Thanks to all of you - yobri: for saving me the trouble, and andymacf and jimyX: for teaching me how to do it, which I'll hopefully never have to do again!

You guys are great!

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