View image without having to print it first

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I have several pictures that I was about to print. I have pictures A1,B1,C1, and so on, populated when I try to open it and its content. I choose picture A1 to print, so I use the options for printing. But it seems that by doing this, a lot of pictures prints. I noticed that all the pictures are securely attach with picture A1. Clicking the arrow on the bottom of the page will bring me to picture B1. I cannot even open picture A2. The only way that I can view picture A2 is to print it or locate it on photo wizard. Now, how can I open picture B2 without having to print it first or print anything? Please help.

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Answered By 10 points N/A #94744

View image without having to print it first

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Hi Alyssa,

I would like to know where you are printing from so as to be able to get the right context of helping you solve the problem. Did you populate them in a word document, or were using a picture editing program like ms office picture manager or paint? If you have put it in a word document then ensure that you have set the margins correctly in that the pictures are not hanging out of the margins.

As for the printing that produced many copies, you could have changed the number of copies in the printer dialog box from single to many and therefore resulting to the many copies. Ensure that you specify correctly the number of copies you want to get in the printer properties.

Hope this helps.

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Regards
Lee Hung

Answered By 0 points N/A #94745

View image without having to print it first

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Hello Alyssaj,
Although I didn’t manage to clearly understand your issue, from what I gathered it seems you want a solution no how to print specific images not all of them and without the need of having to open them first.
Although I am not sure which program you are using to view your images, I would suggest using Windows picture and fax viewer .It comes preinstalled with your Windows O/S.
• After opening the picture using it, click on the print icon at the bottom of the page

 

• Another photo printing wizard window pops up. Click next
• In the next window it where you specify the images you want printed by simply selecting  them
 
• Proceed next until you complete the wizard .I hope this guide will assist you.
Regards Kamau10

Answered By 0 points N/A #94746

View image without having to print it first

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Kamau10, your solution is right. It was a right choice techvy.com, I was able to print pictures I want using Windows picture and fax viewer. I was able to print them correctly by following your steps, I was able to use Lee Hong comment in changing printing preferences.

Thanks a lot.

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