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Open the USB drive using Windows Explorer [or My computer] or start your CD burning program. Select the pictures in PSA SE you want to copy - if it is a collection, just select that collection and do CTRL/A. Drag the images from PSA SE onto the WE or CD burner window.
You might also give the built in print ordering functionality a try.
Select your photos and then look for the Order icon. Under Order is Order Prints.
They are printed by Kodak and are very nice. Competitively priced as well.
Is it possible to export a collection to my camera (Canon A610)?
The answer is "probably", but there are some questions:
1) are these images that have been modified in any way?
2) why do you want to do this?
Some images have been edited. It is easier to show off pics, such as kids and grandchildren through the camera rather than carrying prints.
I don't know what operating system you have so I will assume a PC using Windows.
If you have created a collection, open Adobe Photoshop, go to "File" and select "Burn to CD". When this opens, select "ADD PHOTOS". This will allow you to select your collection and burn to a CD.
The only other way is to create a folder in My Documents, My Pictures. Call it Photos to print. Select the photos in your collection using CTRL+Left Click on mouse. (You will probably have to do this in the main screen and not in the collections section). Then copy(CTRL+C)these, open the new folder and paste them (CTRL+V). You can then send these to a memory stick or USB drive.
Almost all cameras are only able to display images that they have taken and that have not been modified. i.e. they actually support a very small subset of the JPEG standard specification [for very good reasons]. But you can give it a try:
Open Windows Explorer and navigate to the "drive" that represents the camera. This will have some folders, one of which holds images. Open PSA SE, select the collection and select all images. Drag the images into the WE window.