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Display Different Images on each Item

You can print different images on each of the items, perhaps for different sponsors, event members, special recipients, or just to randomly vary the appearance of each item.

Click Multi Images and multi-select 2 or more images.
Match Names and Images Select 'Multi Image Demo' from the Pre-Sets drop-down to auto load an example and click to cycle through images.

To multi-select images, after you click Multi Images, in the File Selection Dialog, click on the first image, hold down the Ctrl key (lower left keyboard) and click on all the images to include.

Resize images Re-size all multi images to correct size before adding to designer. Once added, they cannot be re-sized. Click Open and the animation will display in the designer. Left click and drag to position the images. Click to cycle through the selected images.
To see how they will be printed on the cards, Tickets etc, create a demo print file, open in IE and inspect individual items and pages.

Match Names and Images If you have matching Individual Names (Personalized Cards) and Individual Images, when you mouse over the Name Count, the images will cycle through with the Names, so you can check they match. The Names are displayed in the order they are listed in the text file and the images in the order they were selected. You may have to re-name the images so they appear in the correct (alphabetical) order to match the Names.

To see how it works, select 'Multi Image Demo' and then 'Fortune Cookie Quotes' from the Pre-Sets drop-down and mouse over the Name Count label to cycle through images and quotes (names).

Make Your Own Cards, Tickets, Invitations Print file

XPS Viewer If you're using Windows 10 and the print file (.XPS) won't open, you'll need to re-install the XPS Viewer app.
  1. Open Settings Start / Settings
  2. Click on Apps then Click Apps & features.
  3. Under "Apps & features" click Manage optional features.
  4. Click the Add a feature button.
  5. Select XPS Viewer from the list and Click the Install button

Convert XPS to PDF With Windows 10, you can convert the XPS Print File to PDF. Open the XPS file, choose Print from the File Menu, then choose Windows Print to PDF as the Select Printer option.

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