Are you talking about making wallet sized pictures?
You mean manufacture an actual wallet???
Perhaps your referring to the Automate>Picture Package in photoshop cs3?
OF COURSE! No, I mean kill a cow and sew a wallet.....
No, I mean n CS5, like I thk I put in the question. I know how to make wallets in CS3. Unfortunately, I no longer have CS3.
Is ANYONE going to answer me and tell me how to make wallet sized photos on one 8x10 in CS5 like I asked originally?
I was asking whether you were using the picture package in photoshop cs3 because that plugin is available as an optional plugin for cs5 and you mentioned
automate in photoshop cs3.
What operating system are you using?
You might also try the output module in bridge cs5.
You can also do it manually by making a new 8 x 10 at 300 resolution and then place you photos into the page
and resize the placed photo(s) to 3.5 long side.
If it's just one photo, then after you place and resize the photo, duplicate the the photo another 7 times and arrange your
photos on the 8 x 10 document.
Thank you. Am still trying to download the optional plug-in, but the
extension manager they put with it is CS6 even though they say it's CS5 on
the instructions. So it doesn't work. I don't want to do it manually
because I have so many. WHY did they take it out?????
What version of photoshop and operating system are you using?
As far as i know, at least on windows, those plugins are manual install and don't use the extension manager for installation.
That's why we need to know your operating system.
The optional plugins are not hard to install manually.
If your using cs5 on a mac, then they do have an installer.
You can only use the plugins when you run photoshop cs5 in the 32 bit mode on macs.
Hi, my operating system is OS 10.7.5. I tried dragging it to plug-ins on
Photoshop CS5, but it didn't work there.
Where do you look for 64 or 34 bit to change them? Then do you put them
back after making the gallery pages?
I believe if you download the installer which is a dmg file, you double click on the dmg image to mount it and then run the installer that is inside the dmg.
To run photoshop cs5 in 32 bit mode:
How to run Photoshop CS5 in 32-bit and 64-bit modes
Wow, you really got me going-I finally got the wallets printed with the
optional plug-in. Thank you so much. But WHY did they take those out of
CS5? Don't lots of people want to print portrait galleries?
Also, should I put it back to 64bit when I'm not using portrait gallery?
Is that better quality or what is it exactly?