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Printing multiple images on same page via Photokey 3 Pro

Posted: Wed, 1st Dec 2010, 2:48pm

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Ladd Photo

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I accidentally posted this in under another forum. Figured I would put it where it belongs in hopes for a quicker response.

I don't use Photokey often, but it's getting to be the time of year that I have many events where I need to print on location. I've searched the forums and gone over the tutorial again but cannot find what I'm looking for. I have several Kodak 9810 printers. Most clients want 5x7's, and of course these are 8x10 printers. Is there a way to print more than one pose (meaning two different 5x7 images) on a single 8x10 page via Photokey? As it stands now, I have to batch export to a folder and use Lightroom to accomplish this. Just trying to simplify the process. My apologies if this have been covered before.
Posted: Thu, 2nd Dec 2010, 1:41am

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Axeman

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I don't think there is currently a way to print multiple different images directly from PhotoKey, no.
Posted: Thu, 2nd Dec 2010, 12:06pm

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xtremed

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Can't you print different sizes on the kodak printer without the need to combine photos?

With the Kodak 6800's we;'re using it's possible
Posted: Thu, 2nd Dec 2010, 12:40pm

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Ladd Photo

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xtremed wrote:

Can't you print different sizes on the kodak printer without the need to combine photos?

With the Kodak 6800's we;'re using it's possible
Not that I am aware of. As far as I know you can only print multiple copies (packages) from the same image via the Kodak software. I'm ordering a Kodak 6850 for now. I still hope to find a simple way to accomplish this though.
Posted: Thu, 2nd Dec 2010, 12:44pm

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xtremed

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Okay thought that your printer has also just a large roll of printingpaper. But the 6850 has it for sure. With the 6R kit you can print 10x15 13x15 and 15x20 just from one paperroll wink
Posted: Tue, 22nd Feb 2011, 9:47pm

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umashi

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try using epson easy photo print software,it places seperate photos onto one piece of 8x10 paper and the sizes are adjustable