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I used to use Epson's Easy Print software. However, that was on a different computer. Downloaded it again today and the damn thing crashes continually.
Any recommendations on alternatives, especially free ones?
And, if you click on advanced, you can do borderless, etc. You get the prints delivered to the shop the next day. We can get them at our supermarket, too, just like the ol' days.
Kodak, of course, wants to help, too.
Played around with iPhoto last night - an application I forsook around the same time as the high street photo printers - and it did do what I wanted, albeit rather clumsily.
The layout options seem to be restricted to half a dozen templates, and there's no way that I can see to resize or position images at will.
Printed photos on both A4 high gloss and archival matte and am happy to see that the printer is doing its job.
As I prefer to print from home, any software recommendations would still be welcome.
Probably the easiest option is "pages" it comes with Apple's iwork package and allows you to drop pictures onto a page at will and then print it.
To crop images: preview can help you with that: use "select" to select the part you want and then Tools/Crop .... and save that
If you want more: There's always Adobe CS4 ... but it's far from free, even far from affordable.
As I have said before, Word is what the world uses and I live in the world. I'm not out to change this aspect of the world. If you only have to make yourself happy, Mac's Pages is a excellent product.