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    Multiple photos in one jpeg file

    Is there a simple program that would easily place several pictures on one piece of paper and produce the output in jpeg format e.g. six passport size images on a standard 6in x 4in print from a print shop. I can do it in my DTP program but it will not produce a jpeg file, I have also tried Photoshop Elements but without success.

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    Qimage (www.ddisoftware.com) will do this easily.

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    Picasa will do it as will the Gimp. Both are free.
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    My apologies, I don't think Picasa will do what the OP wants - you can print it but I don't think you can produce a jpg file. I misread the OP's request. However Gimp can do it as can Photoshop CS2 (which apparently is free).

    Though Picasa is no longer supported, it will still work. I hope that Google will release the code to the Open Source community; I think it's the best free photo management software I've found and may well be better than many paid for ones as well. This last comment is, of course, off topic.
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    Thank you - I will try them all.

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    Note that, from Gimp 2.8, the native file format is XCF, which is similar to TIFF. To save a file as a JPEG, counter intuitively, you have to export the file rather than use Save As.

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    I use the M$ windows 7 paint program with great success.
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