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skipperc2013@gmail.com
skipperc2013@gmail.com
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3/11/2021
For example I have 20 images displayed from my image archive. I want to print the 1st, 7th, 10th and 17th image all on one page (4 images on a single page). I can't figure out how to select those images. If the images are in sequence it works, but if they are not in sequence I'm puzzled.
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Andy Schmidt
Andy Schmidt
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3/11/2021
Andy Schmidt
Andy Schmidt
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Hi,

skipperc2013@gmail.com wrote:
I want to print the 1st, 7th, 10th and 17th image all on one page (4 images on a single page). I can't figure out how to select those images.


Anywhere in Microsoft Windows,
  • if you want to select a RANGE of CONSECUTIVE items in a list, you can click on the first item of your choice, press and HOLD DOWN the "Shift" key on your keyboard, and with the key still pressed, click on the last item you want to select.
    All items between the first and last you had clicked are now selected.

  • If, instead, you want to select several NON-ADJACENT items in a list, you click on the first item of your choice, then press and HOLD DOWN the "Ctrl" key on your keyboard, and with that Ctrl key still pressed, click on any other items of your choice.
    (They don't have to be consecutive, so they could be the 1st, 7th, 10th and 17th...)

Hint - if you ever accidentally select MORE items than intended, you can hold down the Ctrl key again, and this time click on that excess item. It will now be DEselected.

https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/topic/how-to-select-items-that-are-not-next-to-each-other-8b9c1be9-cca3-935a-7cbf-94403aa48d2e
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