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I want to print two copies of the same photo on a single 8.5"x11"page and as large as possible. But iPhoto keeps pushing the photos together in the middle of the sheet with a huge white border. How can I move the pictures apart and make them as large as possible to fit the page?
- iPhoto 9.x (iLife '11) or newer, Pages 4.x (iWork '09) or newer, or a graphics or page layout program
- Mac OS? X Snow Leopard (OS X 10.6.x) or newer
I used to run a macro in Tiger, so with 2, or 3 clicks I could print my name, address, email address, and phone number at the end of a letter where it was appropriate. It doesn't seem to run under Leopard. Is there a simple/intuitive way to make a new macro to do this?
- iWork 08, Pages version 3.0.2 or newer recommended
- Mac OS? X (Leopard version 10.5.5 or newer recommended)
I'm having general problems and crashes with PowerCADD v6 and Mac OS? X 10.5 (Leopard).
PowerCADD v6 all versions and Mac OS X Leopard (10.5.x)