If you are using XP, you can just navigate to the folder that has your pictures. Then just select the picture you would like to print and then right click and choose print. That will automatically open the "Photo printing wizard" for you. Just follow along and you should be will on your way!
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Maybe the pictures are too high a resolution. Meaning they are too big for the printer to capture in it's internal memory. Try resaving the picture smaller and try a re-print. Cameras today take picture in high definition but printers don't usually get sold with a lot of memory. The computer can usually spool up the pictures but again asking the printer to capture and resize the picture1 (800) 448-6262 is usually asking a lot from a printer. Just try resizing a picture to a smaller format then try and print it.
OK, Assuming you have Photo paper loaded in your printer and your photos from your camera downloaded to a photo software program. eg Adobe Photoshop/ Serif Photoplus etc. Bring up the photo/photos you wish to print on your photo software. eg click on the open yellow folder top left and open the fotos you want.Click 'Browse' if you don't see the ones you want. ( Open as many as you want to print.) In order to make your prints economical you can print two or three fotos on one sheet. Click 'File', 'Print multiple' and you will see format sheets in the right pane. If you only want to print two pics on one sheet click in the right pane on the two 7 x 5 sheet or, to print three pics of the same or different pics click the sheet with three frames on it. You will now see your pictures in the right hand frame and the format sheet in the right hand frame. Left click and hold on the pic you want and drag it into one of the boxes in the right hand frame - let go. That pic will now appear in the box selected. you can now size it to the box it is in. If it is the right way up eg portrait in top left of a three frame page click on fit to frame to maximise picture. Click and drag another pic from the left side frame to another box in the right frame. If you have chosen the three option sheet click and drag your next foto into the bottom box on the sheet. This is a Landscape box but don't worry. After dragging your pic into it look for an icon in the function bar along the top where, when you hover your cursor over it, says - 'rotate and fit'.(It's a square with funny corner bits!) Your pic will the be realigned to fit the the box. Having all the pics you want on the sheet click the print icon. (Picture of a printer on the tool bar.) when the print box appears click on 'Properties' and open the 'Paper/quality' tab. click the drop down box for paper and select HP Photo paper - gloss or whatever you are using. The quality will automatically set to 'Best'. Click OK and OK and the files will be transferred to your printer and it will shortly start printing your pictures. Bset of luck. Any problems at all, just get back to me. Cheers. Ian
can you check if you have the CD that came along with the Kodak Printer? You would need that to install the printer on your computer. Once thats done, you should be able to print the pics
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Go to my computer, then go to memory card, open up file. You will see your pics. Right click on your pics, go to open in viewfinder, or quicktime or whatever program you use to view pics. Print right from picture viewer or your program