Microsoft Picture It Publishing 2001


S

sjreid

When I make cards in this program it prints the pictures
that I have taken with my digital camera (and downloading
onto the computer) and prints them on the card backwards.
What do I change to stop this? The screen on my computer
shows it properly and everything else prints the correct
way except these digital pictures.

Thanks for the help!

sjreid
 
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B

Bastet

sjreid said:
When I make cards in this program it prints the pictures
that I have taken with my digital camera (and downloading
onto the computer) and prints them on the card backwards.
What do I change to stop this? The screen on my computer
shows it properly and everything else prints the correct
way except these digital pictures.

Thanks for the help!

sjreid
Wrong group, dearie. Toddle off down the hall to the Picture It group....
 
G

Guest

Look at the printer options. WHen you set the Software
up in the print options you can tell it how you are
printing.
 
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J

John Inzer

sjreid said:
When I make cards in this program it prints the pictures
that I have taken with my digital camera (and downloading
onto the computer) and prints them on the card backwards.
What do I change to stop this? The screen on my computer
shows it properly and everything else prints the correct
way except these digital pictures.

Thanks for the help!
================================
In the future, please post your Picture It!
questions in the pictureit newsgroup.

If the program always reverses the images...
I guess a simple solution would be to reverse
them on your screen...then they would print
correctly.

Maybe it would help to reset the printer test:

(248329) HomePub: How to Reactivate the
Printer Test for a Duplex Print Job
http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=248329

Or...more than likely, you need to update your
printer driver.

Here's a good article on print troubleshooting:

(313250) PIP/Works: How to Troubleshoot
Printing Issues
http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=313250
(applies to versions 7.0 and 9 as well)
 

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