How to print multiple pictures on one sheet of paper

Updated July 19, 2017

Printing photographs on a personal printer is a creative way to save money. By printing multiple images on one sheet of paper, you can also save paper. A PC owner can easily print his or her digital images by using Windows Live Photo Gallery. Whether you plan to create a collage, make wallet-sized photographs or print small photographs for holiday decorations, such as Christmas ornaments, you can use Windows Live Photo Gallery to print a variety of photographs on a single sheet of paper.

Go to "Start," click "All Programs" and open Windows Live Photo Gallery. A thumbnail list of your digital images will appear on the screen.

Select the images you would like to print on one sheet of paper. To select multiple images, hold in the "CTRL" button on your keyboard and select each image with your mouse.

Click on the "File" tab when you're finished selecting all of your images, highlight the "Print" option and select "Print." The "Print Pictures" window will appear on the screen. You will notice a list of sizing options on the right side of the screen, such as "Full Page Photo," "Wallet" and "Contact Sheet."

Scroll through the list of sizing options and click on your preferred option. A print preview of your images will appear on the screen each time you select one of the available printing options.

Click on the "Printer" drop-down menu and select your printer from the list of options. After you select a printer, click on the "Print" button at the bottom of the screen. You will be asked to save the file before printing your images. Select a destination folder, name your new file and click on the "Save" button. The images will print automatically.

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Christina Shaffer is a freelance writer based in New Jersey and has been writing arts and entertainment articles since 2005. Her articles have appeared in "Philadelphia City Paper." Shaffer received a B.A. in journalism and gender studies at Rutgers University.