Photo Management and Printing

I am running Windows 10, and am having a problem with Corel's PaintShop Pro 2018.  I have used Microsoft's Digital Image Pro for many years, and love it's simplicity and intuitive features.  Unfortunately, a few years ago Microsoft stopped supporting the software (and it has some limitations on its ability to process high resolution images), so I purchased PaintShop Pro to try and bring myself into the 21st century.  I have very simple needs.  The one feature I can't find in PaintShop is the ability to print several images onto a single multi-page PDF file.   I can't get Corel's tech support to understand the question.  Digital Image Pro had a "print multiple pictures or print to special paper" function that allowed a variety of layouts, including each picture as an 8 x 10 on its own page.  I can't find anything in PaintShop that allows this, though it offers hundreds of features (the vast majority of which I'll never use).  This is one of the main features I use all the time.  Please help.  Or, if PaintShop Pro isn't the program I should use for a simple replacement to Digital Image Pro, suggest another program.


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If you had a folder with say 4 pictures, and you selected all of them in windows explorer and you right clicked the selection and chose print, you could use any pdf printer (for example the built-in "Microsoft print to pdf") to print them and have the choice to print more than one picture onto any pdf page. Pre-built selections are 2/4/9 and 35 pictures per page. No graphics program needed.

Apart from that: I don't know a suitable software other then what digital print services offer (Softwares that allow you to make a photobook and upload it so they can sell you the printed book).
Paul SauvéRetiredCommented:
Save Images Or Files In A PDF Format In PaintShop Pro X5
PaintShop Pro does not have an option to Save, Save as, or even export to PDF file format.
You would need to have either Corel PDF Fusion or Adobe Acrobat which would also install a printer driver for PDF file format.

Free PDF print driver:
The Bullzip PDF Printer works as a Microsoft Windows printer and allows you to write PDF documents from virtually any Microsoft Windows application.
there is an option to append images, page by page, to an existing document

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