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Posted: Mon Apr 24, 2006 10:43 am
by chaitereye
I’m new to the printing world & having a lot of trouble making a 4 X 6 post card. I want two rows of four landscape images across (total 8),
equal amounts of space around the edges & in between the images.
Is there an uncomplicated way I can do that in Photoshop?

Posted: Mon May 01, 2006 2:36 am
by Didge
What you need is a template ........ is your paper size Letter or A4 (or whatever) ? What file format do you want the template ? (jpg, tiff, psd, wfm, bmp ??) Let me know and I'll up a template for you for you to download and use in CS2 (or any other graphic software). 8)

Printing Confusion

Posted: Mon May 01, 2006 3:28 am
by chaitereye
Yes, I was trying to make a template but I just couldn't get the same amount of space around the pictures. I decided on a different layout which would be three rows of three landscape pictures (9) on a 4 X 6 postcard. The printer said to make it 4.35"x5.6" because of the bleed issue.
I probably would want to put it in a psd format. It is SO nice of you to offer a total stranger help like this. And I would be most grateful!
P.S. I have PS CS but it runs too slow on my computer. So I still use PS7.

Posted: Tue May 02, 2006 12:25 am
by Didge
I'm not sure what restrictions gmail imposes on attachments so I'll email the download link to your gmail account for you to download from

Quote: It is SO nice of you to offer a total stranger help like this. Unquote.

That's what forums are all about 8)