[QUOTE=Brian_S;11479]If you’re planning on doing this on a regular basis, and the images are always the same size / aspect ratio in the print, or close to it, then you could create a TIFF file as a template using Photoshop “guides”. Then it’s much faster to size and position the images you want to print in Photoshop. If you want to understand this approach using guides, it’s probably better to take it off-forum, as it’s not a Piezo issue as such.[/QUOTE]
OK, now everyone knows just how much of an amateur I am! I looked up the guides on the Adobe help and got a whole tonne of info and tutorials. Turns out this is basic stuff.
I guess my earlier question was related to if QTR had some sort of hidden template feature built in. I guess the Print Tool would have been the answer if I were on a Mac. Guides are not that difficult.
I am doing something different from, I suppose, many or most piezographers, in that I’m printing some 4x6 prints. I’m not doing this for the pleasing look of a 4x6, but rather, if the images need to be scanned again sometime in the future, a piezography print will scan better than even a QTR K3 print. The issue I had to get around was to get a true multiple 4x6 prints on 13x19, I had to oversize the 4x6 prints by dividing the dimensions by 0.97 because QTR reduces the image to 97% of the page (to keep a border). This, too, is not really a piezography topic either, so I’ll stop now.