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ImageKeep Express 1 - Technical Q&A Forum
Discussion on how and why things work in ImageKeep Express including areas such as database files, image handling, program configuration, etc.
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Printing a selection of thumbnails

I almost submitted this as a bug report, but I am going on the assumption that I simply don't know how to use the program, cause I can't believe that a problem like this could go unnoticed by everyone - it has to be me. So here goes:

I want to be able to print an index sheet of a few selected images to send to a client, or to create a printed catalog update page.

I can randomly select a group of images, set up the page, then preview the selection - everything looks fine. Then, when actual print time comes, the program wants to print thumbnails of the entire database! What am I doing wrong? Am I the only user that wants to print something less than ALL of the images at once? Maybe it's just me, but I don't think that printing a selection of thumbnails should be this tricky!

I am scheduled to install this database on a Client's computer for their jewelry store catalog this Tuesday (I will, of course, purchase another license for them, IF we can get the printout that we need.) HELP!

Thanks for listening -
Harry Burris

--Harry F Burris on Sun, Sep 28th, 2003 21:28:39 UTC


I'll say it for ya'll -

You big dummy!!

All you have to do is wake up and notice the Selection button in the Print dialog box. Put the dot in the little circle and everything works just like it's supposed to!

Yep, it was me - I've stayed up for too many late nites getting all these pictures scanned, cleaned up, and into the DB.

Sorry about the stupid question - I'm going to bed now....

Harry Burris

--Harry F Burris on Sun, Sep 28th, 2003 21:46:42 UTC

Excellent! I love it when it's not broke!

--Derry Bryson on Mon, Sep 29th, 2003 22:44:02 UTC

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