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photo printing software for windows has been carefully designed to be as trouble-free as possible.  Nevertheless, in the event you have a question or problem with your new PrintSix® software, this section of our website is here to help.  And if you still need help even after reviewing this section, CLICK HERE to send an E-mail to our Customer Support Dept...  Or call us at (954) 922-8040 Monday through Friday between the hours of 9:00 AM and 5:00 PM (E.S.T.).  We're always here to help, and we're committed to your total satisfaction.

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I'm new to computers... Can you teach me how to use "copy" and "paste"?

Why of course!  Even if you are just a beginner and new to computers, we'll teach you how to use the simple Windows commands "copy" and "paste" as required by PrintSix.  Don't worry... It's easy!

CLICK HERE for a quick lesson.

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My pictures do not load...

Problem: "When I click on a page # within a project menu, up comes a new page with the correct number of boxes, but there is nothing in the boxes but a little "x" in the upper left hand corner.  My pictures never load."

Answer: Before we begin to troubleshoot this problem, please note that the automated PrintSix software installation must not be changed or modified in any way in order for your pictures to load.  Additionally, the PrintSix program will not load pictures if you attempt to move either the PrintSix program folder or the PrintSix Pictures working folder off your Windows desktop.  So assuming that you have properly installed the PrintSix program onto your computer according to the Instruction Sheet that was shipped with your software...

Either the pictures you are trying to load are NOT .jpg files, or they are not named correctly.  PrintSix works ONLY with .jpg files.  Other file formats such as .bmp files, .gif files, or Picture-It files are incompatible with PrintSix.  Keep in mind that if your pictures are NOT recorded as .jpg files by your camera, they must first be CONVERTED to the .jpg file format by any picture editing program of your choice.

But if you are SURE that your pictures are indeed .jpg files, then...

Standard Version - Make sure your PrintSix Picture Disk (containing the pictures you want to print) is in your 3½ floppy "A" drive BEFORE you click on "Page 1" (or whatever page template you select).

Professional Version, Premium Edition, and Commercial Version - Make sure the pictures you want to print are located in your "PrintSix Pictures" folder on your Windows desktop BEFORE you click on "Page 1" (or whatever page template you select).

Also make sure that your .jpg files are named correctly.  Lowercase letters only must be used, and be sure there is not a redundant .jpg located within the file name itself.  (Please refer to the Troubleshooting Flyer that was shipped with your software for more information on this point).

Quite simply, if your pictures are indeed .jpg files, and if indeed they are named correctly according to the rules as specified on your PrintSix Instruction Sheet, and your 3½ floppy drive is indeed assigned drive letter "A," then your pictures simply MUST load since these are the only three requirements of PrintSix.  So double check your file names again.  If your pictures still won't load, then omit typing the .jpg suffix when renaming your picture files.  And if you still can't get your pictures to load, send us a COPY of your PrintSix Picture Disk containing the images that you are trying to load.  We'll examine your disk and tell you specifically where you went wrong.  Quite simply, we are committed to solving your problem.

Please mail your PrintSix Picture Disk together with a brief description of your problem to…

PrintSix Customer Support
2743 Madison St.
Hollywood, FL 33020-5733
USA

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My pictures are being printed on multiple sheets...

Your pictures are being printed on multiple sheets because either your paper size, page orientation, and/or page margins are not adjusted correctly in your printer software and/or web browser.  Or, your web browser is set to display a text size larger than "MEDIUM."

Here’s how to fix your problem…

Standard and Sony Mavica Versions - Insert a PrintSix Picture Disk (containing the pictures you want to print) into your 3½ floppy drive.

Professional Version, Premium Edition, and Commercial Version - Load your PrintSix Pictures working folder with up to 36 pictures that you want to print.

All Versions - Then select "Print Six Pictures To A Page" from the PrintSix Main Menu (All Versions).

Once all of your pictures have loaded and become viewable on your screen, select the page template of your choice (Page 1 through Page 6).  Your six pictures will then load onto a new page. Your pictures are now ALMOST ready to print.

Here’s what you do next…

From The "View" Menu In Your Web Browser…

From The "File" Menu In Your Web Browser…

  1. Select "Page Setup" and make the following changes…
  2. Remove all Header and Footer info by first highlighting it, then pressing the Delete or Backspace key.  These two fields should be left blank.
  3. Set the Paper Size, Orientation and Page Margins, to the following: (IN THIS PRECISE ORDER…)

Paper Size: Letter - 8½ X 11 in.
Orientation: Portrait
Right Margin: 0"
Left Margin: .5"
Top Margin: 1.1"
Bottom Margin: 0"

These are the required settings (for most printers) that will allow all six pictures to fit neatly on a single page.

Please note that these required settings are also indicated on the reverse side of the instruction sheet that was shipped with your software.  Please also note that the page margin settings will vary depending on the PrintSix project you choose.  For your convenience, there is a table on the reverse side of your instruction sheet indicating the specific page margin settings for each project.  Further note that some projects require the page orientation be set to "landscape" while other projects require the page orientation be set to "portrait."  And as a final recommendation, ALWAYS SET THE PAGE ORIENTATION FIRST BEFORE ADJUSTING THE PAGE MARGINS.  This is because some printer software will change your page margin settings once you change from portrait to landscape (or vice versa).  So, it's always best to double check to be sure that both your page margins AND page orientation are set correctly BEFORE sending your project to the printer.

This should solve your problem of not being able to fit your printing project on a single page.  But if it doesn't and your pictures are STILL being printed to multiple pages, then chances are your printer software page orientation setting may need adjusting too.

To adjust your printer software page orientation, just follow steps 5 through 9 on the reverse side of your PrintSix instruction sheet to be sure that page orientation is correctly set (to "portrait" for our above example).

And if your pictures are STILL being printed to multiple pages, then try reducing the page margins even further from those recommended in the table on the instruction sheet.   As a suggestion, set all page margins to 0" (zero inches) or the smallest value that your web browser will allow.

And that should do it.

And after all this, if you STILL can’t figure out how to get your pictures to fit on a single page, then send us a printed sample of how your printer is printing your pictures.  And be sure to send us ALL the pages that your printer prints out.  Mail them to…

PrintSix Customer Support
2743 Madison Street
Hollywood, FL 33020-5733
USA

We’ll look at your pages and tell you where you went wrong.  Quite simply, we are committed to solving your problem.

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I can't fit two 5x7's on a single page...

Some printers (most commonly the cheaper ones and even some of the newer models of the Kodak 8500) often require a larger white border space (larger margins) thus making it impossible to print two true 5x7's on a single page.  You can tell if your printer is one of them by first selecting any 5x7 page template, then setting all page margins to zero.  If your web browser automatically changes the zero setting to non-zero number greater than .2", then your printer is probably one of them.

To address this problem, you can download a replacement 5x7 template folder called "five" HERE which you can unzip and paste into the PrintSix folder on your Windows desktop (Professional, Premium, and Commercial Versions only).  This patch will resize your 5x7's to 4 3/4 x 6 3/4 which should allow two pictures to fit on a single page (for printers that do not allow the printing two true 5x7's to a single page).

To install the patch, first unzip the file.  The file will unzip to a single folder called “five.”  Simply copy and paste the replacement folder "five" into the PrintSix folder on your Windows desktop and select "Replace All" when prompted.  The fix will be installed when the copy and paste process is complete.

Note: With the Commercial Version of PrintSix, this patch replaces only the "Create 5x7 Prints" templates in the "Create Prints With Borders" section.  The "Create 5x7 Prints" templates in the "Create Prints Without Borders" section and the "Two 5x7 Portraits" in the "Create Portrait Reprints" section remains unchanged just in case you ever happen to acquire a printer that is capable of printing two true 5x7's to a single page.  If you want to patch these 5x7 templates as well (to print reduced 4 3/4 x 6 3/4 prints), download the zip file "eighteen" HERE to patch the "Create 5x7 Prints" templates in the "Create Prints Without Borders" section, and the zip file "twentytwo" HERE to patch the "Two 5x7 Portraits" in the "Create Portrait Reprints" section.  Unzip them just as you did with the folder "five" as described above and paste the replacement folders "eighteen" and "twentytwo" into the PrintSix folder on your Windows desktop.  You will then be able to print two reduced 5x7's on a single page with all your Commercial Version 5x7 templates.

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How come some of my pictures look squished or distorted after they load?

PrintSix has been designed to use "Pre-Formatted" page templates to make it easy to print multiple images on a single page.  As such, all page templates are based on printing a standard size landscape digital photo measuring 640 X 480 pixels having a 4:3 aspect ratio.  As the resizing is done automatically by PrintSix, the page templates have been carefully engineered to maintain this 4:3 aspect ratio as closely as possible when resizing the photos to the standard sizes of 2x3, 3½x5, 4x6, 5x7, and 8x10.  Accordingly, pictures that have been cropped disproportionately (and/or rotated) and no longer maintain a 4:3 aspect ratio indeed may appear squished or distorted after they load into a PrintSix page template.  Since there is no way for us to predict how a user may crop his/her picture, just be sure that if you do crop a given picture, you maintain a 4:3 aspect ratio.  This way, you will be sure to maintain the correct proportion when your pictures are loaded and printed.  For those of you who may need a little help with your math, examples of 4:3 aspect ratios (measured in pixels) include… 640 X 480… 400 X 300… 200 X 150… 100 X 75… etc.

Also, when taking digital pictures, you can hold the camera either horizontally and take "landscape" pictures, or vertically and take "portrait" pictures.   And regardless of how you take your pictures… There is no need to electronically rotate your pictures before printing them with PrintSix.  In fact, if you do rotate your pictures using a picture editing software program, they will not print correctly with PrintSix.  This is because when you rotate your picture electronically, you also change the aspect ratio from 4:3 to 3:4 and as mentioned above, all of the page templates in PrintSix have been designed to maintain a 4:3 aspect ratio.  So go ahead and take your pictures anyway you like; portrait or landscape… But don’t electronically rotate them using your picture editing software.  And when printing your pictures, try not to mix both portrait and landscape pictures on a given printed photo album page.  Always try to arrange either all landscape pictures or all portrait pictures on a given printed page.  Your printed photo album pages will simply look better and more professional.

And if you do happen to have a disproportionately cropped picture that you still want to print; (for example, a perfectly square picture), you can still print the full-size picture correctly with PrintSix.  Here’s how… Select "PrintSix Picture Disk Summary" (or "PrintSix Pictures Folder - Summary") from the main menu.  Once all of your pictures have loaded, click on your picture and print it from the new window that opens.  You won’t be able to resize your picture or print multiple images with this option, but at least you will be able to print your disproportionately cropped pictures one at a time, and in the same way that most other picture printing/editing programs allow you to.  For more information on the 4:3 aspect ratio requirement of PrintSix, CLICK HERE to read the topic… Can I print three 4x6’s to a page?

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Why do I have to create a PrintSix Picture Disk?  Can’t I just browse my computer for the pictures that I want to Print?

Keep in mind that the Standard Version of PrintSix was designed to be much more than just a picture printing program.  It is the cornerstone of a complete organizational system for printing and archiving your entire collection of digital photos.  That is, when you copy your .jpg (JPEG) picture files to a collection of 3½ inch PrintSix picture disks, you are indeed organizing them in a permanent way for easy reference in the years to come.  Accordingly, each PrintSix picture disk you create is analogous to a roll of film.  As each 3½ floppy disk can often hold up to 36 "normal" or "standard" size (640 X 480 pixel) digital images, each PrintSix picture disk can be labeled and dated at the time you took the pictures so that anytime you want to access pictures from a particular event, just pop in a PrintSix Picture Disk and in seconds, you can view and create prints of your pictures without having to remember where you might have stored them on your computer, and without having to create each and every new page layout.  It’s our idea of the most efficient and effective way to manage a large collection of standard size digital images that just seems to get larger over time.  And since your pictures will more than likely outlive your current computer system, by storing your important photos on a collection of 3½ inch PrintSix picture disks, you are also protecting them from loss as well.  Also, when you get a new computer, just install the PrintSix program on your new computer and you’ll be able to use your existing collection of PrintSix picture disks with your new system without having to transfer hundreds (or even thousands) of digital picture files to your new computer.  And since PrintSix has been designed to work with up to 36 different pictures at a time (similar to a roll of film) archiving your pictures on inexpensive 3½ floppy disks is simply the best choice for picture file management for standard size digital pictures.  PrintSix has thus been designed to be only picture printing program that you will ever need for archiving and printing your entire collection of standard size digital pictures.

And if you happen to own a digital camera capable of recording "Large-Format" and/or "High Image Quality" digital images with file sizes in excess of 200K, then upgrade to the Professional Version, Premium Edition, or Commercial Version of PrintSix!  As the Standard Version of PrintSix is best suited for printing standard size .jpg (JPEG) image files up to 200K, all upgraded versions of PrintSix read pictures directly from your hard drive and can accommodate image files of any size!  CLICK HERE to learn more about (and to upgrade to) the Professional Version, Premium Edition, or Commercial Version of PrintSix special upgrade price!

Note: If it has been less than 30 days since you have purchased the Standard Version of PrintSix®, then upgrade using our "Recent Purchase Upgrade Offer" for even greater savings!

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I can fit only two or three pictures on a 3½ floppy disk...

Problem: "I would like to print 4 or 6 pictures to a page.  How can I do this with the "Standard" Version of PrintSix if I can only fit 2 or 3 pictures on a 3½ floppy disk?"

Answer: You can’t.  At least, not with the kind of pictures you are trying to print.  Chances are, your digital camera is set to record "Large-Format" or "High Image Quality" pictures instead of "normal" or "standard" size digital pictures.  Most digital cameras come from the factory preset to record standard size pictures, but some cameras give you an option to set the recording size to "fine" or "large."  Since these large-format (or high image quality) pictures can take up to ten times the disk space to record a single image, these large-format digital images are simply not meant to be PRINTED in their full unreduced size since they are usually too large to fit even one of these pictures on a standard 8½ X 11 piece of paper.  Rather, large-format images of this sort are specifically intended be used where extensive cropping is anticipated, and/or for broadband web applications.

To see if your pictures are of the "Large-Format" and/or "High Image Quality" type, examine the file size of one of your .jpg images.  A normal or standard size picture requires about 20K to 70K per picture whereas a large-format or high image quality picture can require between 200K and 700K per picture, or even more.  This is why only about two or three of these large-format (or high image quality) pictures will fit on a single 3½ floppy.  Quite simply, these pictures are not meant for floppies, nor are they generally meant to be printed more than one to a page using traditional software.  So please refer to your camera owner’s manual and be sure the image size is set to record "normal" or "standard" size pictures.  You will then be able to fit anywhere from 18 to 36 pictures on a single 3½ floppy without a significant sacrifice in image quality.

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Good news however!  If you still want to create PRINTED photo album pages and prints in all your favorite standard sizes from your collection of "Large-Format" and/or "High Image Quality" .jpg (JPEG) pictures, then upgrade to the Professional Version, Premium Edition, or Commercial Version of PrintSix!  As the Standard Version of PrintSix is best suited for printing standard size .jpg (JPEG) image files up to 200K, all upgraded versions of PrintSix read pictures directly from your hard drive and can accommodate image files of any size!  CLICK HERE to learn more about (and to upgrade to) the Professional Version, Premium Edition, or Commercial Version of PrintSix special upgrade price!  Upgrade today!

Note: If it has been less than 30 days since you have purchased the Standard Version of PrintSix®, then upgrade using our "Recent Purchase Upgrade Offer" for even greater savings!

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I use AOL.  How can I adjust the page margin settings and page orientation with the AOL web browser?

Unfortunately, there is no way to adjust the page margins and/or page orientation directly from the AOL web browser.  Instead, the AOL web browser imports the page margin settings and page orientation information from the Internet Explorer web browser that is also installed on your computer.  So to adjust the page margin settings and page orientation on the AOL web browser, you must adjust these settings in the Microsoft Internet Explorer web browser.  The AOL web browser will then use the updated settings.

To adjust the page margins settings and page orientation, do the following…

With the AOL web browser up and running on your system, minimize the AOL web browser.  Then double click on the Microsoft Internet Explorer icon located on your desktop.  It’s the solid blue "e" which may also be located on your taskbar as well.  If you can't find the Internet Explorer icon,  CLICK HERE for help.  The Microsoft Internet Web Browser will then open.  From the "File" menu in the Microsoft Internet Explorer web browser, select "Page Setup" from the drop-down menu.  There, you will be able to adjust the page margin settings, page orientation, and many other printing options as well.

And now that you have the Microsoft Internet Explorer web browser up and running on your screen, we strongly recommend that you use the Microsoft Internet Explorer web browser to run PrintSix.  Here’s how…

Click on "File" then select "Open" from the drop-down menu.  Then choose "Browse."  (Standard Version, and Sony Mavica Version) Make sure that "Program Files" is highlighted in the "Look in:" box, then double-click on the PrintSix folder.  (Professional Version, Premium Edition, and Commercial Version) Make sure that "Desktop" is highlighted in the "Look in:" box, then double-click on the PrintSix folder.  In the new window that opens, locate the index.htm file and double click on it.  The window will close, then hit "OK" and your on your way!  The PrintSix main menu page will load in the Microsoft Internet Explorer web browser, and from then on, you will be able to change your page margins and/or page orientation any time you need to.

Note: While using PrintSix with the Microsoft Internet Explorer web browser, we encourage you to keep your AOL web browser minimized.  No need to close it.  If you do, you may lose your internet connection.  Although there is really no need to access the internet when using PrintSix, our main menu does contain some useful links for product upgrades and customer support which do require an active internet connection.

For further information and/or additional questions on using the AOL web browser, please call AOL technical support at 1-800-827-3338.

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I can't figure out how to use PrintSix with my web browser...

AOL users, please CLICK HERE for help with using PrintSix with your AOL web browser.

As you may have discovered, the PrintSix program works like a website and runs from your web browser.  The Microsoft Internet Explorer web browser seems to work best with PrintSix, however, most any web browser will do… Just so long as it allows you adjust your page orientation and page margin settings.

As some internet service providers and promotional internet offers either install, or encourage you to download one of their proprietary "specialty" web browsers, there is often a compromise in doing so in that it may be difficult, if not impossible to make simple changes to your page orientation and/or page margin settings.

In case you have one of these specialty browsers installed on your machine which has been configured to be your "default" browser (the one that runs automatically each time you open an .htm file), you can still use the PrintSix program... but perhaps not with that specialty web browser.  But before proceeding with the suggestions that follow, contact the technical support team of your specialty web browser.  They should be able to tell you how to adjust the page orientation and page margin settings.  But in the event they are unable to help, then proceed as follows…

Since virtually all computers are shipped from the factory with at least some version of the Microsoft Internet Explorer web browser, we’ll simply find this program on your computer and use it to run PrintSix.

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To find the Internet Explorer web browser on your computer, click "Start", then select "Find" ...Click on "Files or Folders" and type in...

iexplore.exe

Then click on "Find Now"

Your computer will then search for the file and display it in a list together with all similar files.  The file you want can easily be identified by it’s solid blue "e" icon.  Note: If you can’t locate the Microsoft Internet Explorer program on your computer, you can download the latest version FREE at…

http://www.microsoft.com

Once the iexplore.exe file appears in the list of files found on your computer (or it may be the only one in the list), double click on it.  This will run the Microsoft Internet Explorer web browser.  You may see a "The Page Cannot Be Displayed" error, but that’s expected if you aren’t connected to the internet when you double clicked on this file.  After the Microsoft Internet Explorer web browser loads, you can use it to open the index.htm file in the PrintSix folder on your desktop.  Here’s how…

In the upper left-hand corner of your screen, click on "File" then select "Open" from the drop-down menu.  Then choose "Browse."  (Standard Version, and Sony Mavica Version) Make sure that "Program Files" is highlighted in the "Look in:" box, then double-click on the PrintSix folder.  (Professional Version, Premium Edition, and Commercial Version) Make sure that "Desktop" is highlighted in the "Look in:" box, then double-click on the PrintSix folder.  Next, locate the index.htm file and double click on it.  Select "OK" and the main menu of PrintSix will appear.  And now you’re on your way to creating beautiful photo album pages and prints in all your favorite standard sizes with PrintSix using the Microsoft Internet Explorer web browser.!

And in the future, we strongly recommend that you reconsider before installing and/or downloading some strange proprietary web browser software that may or may not conform to established computing standards.  But sometimes this is unavoidable as some of the more popular Internet service providers may force you into using their specialty web browser when you subscribe to their service.  Keep in mind that Microsoft Internet Explorer is the established world leader in web browsers and that’s not likely to change anytime soon.  So the next time you switch ISP’s, try to steer clear of companies that force you to use their own specialty web browser and choose one that uses the Microsoft Internet Explorer web browser instead.  It’s simply the best web browser available, and the first choice of both novice and experienced computer users alike.

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I seem to be experiencing a print quality issue with my web browser...

All versions of the PrintSix software print pictures directly from your web browser using the standard Microsoft factory default settings.  Thus if you are experiencing a print quality issue, then chances are your web browser settings have been changed and/or modified in some way.  To restore your Microsoft Internet Explorer web browser to the standard Microsoft factory default settings, do the following...

1. Open your web browser and click on the "Tools" tab at the top of the page.
2. Next, Click on "Internet Options"
3. Next, locate and click on the "Advanced" tab at the top of the window.
4. Finally, click on "Restore Defaults" near the bottom of the window.

And this will restore your web browser settings to the standard Microsoft factory defaults.  And as for specifically modifying the print quality from within the web browser itself, we've never had cause or reason to do this since for most users, PrintSix works best using the factory default web browser settings with the Microsoft Internet Explorer web browser.  For more information on modifying and/or customizing your web browser settings please CLICK HERE.

Note: If you aren't currently using the Microsoft Internet Explorer web browser with PrintSix, you can download the latest version FREE at… http://www.microsoft.com.

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Can the Standard Version of PrintSix be configured to read picture files directly from a zip drive or a hard drive?

No.  For many good reasons, the Standard Version of PrintSix reads pictures only from your 3½ floppy drive "A."  This is because PrintSix has been designed to process pictures in batches of 36; similar to a 36 exposure roll of film.  Since a 3½ inch floppy disk can often hold as many as 36 "normal" or "standard" size pictures, this makes a 3½ inch floppy the best choice for storing, organizing, and archiving large quantities of standard size pictures in small convenient batches, as well as protecting your pictures from loss in case of a hard disk failure or system crash.

Once your pictures have been copied to a collection of 3½ inch PrintSix Picture Disks, you can organize and archive literally thousands of standard size pictures on floppies which can be labeled, sorted, copied, shared, and protected from loss or damage.  The way we figured it, when you copied your pictures to a PrintSix Picture Disk, you made a decision that your pictures were worth printing.  We also figured that you probably want to protect those particular pictures from loss as well.

Sony Corporation initially came up with the idea of recording and archiving digital images on a 3½ floppy disk with their Mavica line of digital cameras.  They use patented technology which explains why Sony Corporation is currently the only manufacturer that makes digital cameras that can record images directly to a 3½ inch floppy disk.  It’s a brilliant idea.  And that explains why PrintSix has been designed to work in much the same way.  And with our Sony Mavica Version of PrintSix, just pop in a 3½ Sony Mavica Picture Disk into your computer, and PrintSix will read the pictures directly from the 3½ floppy without the need to copy and/or rename your picture files.  It’s the ultimate in convenience and another reason that PrintSix is fast becoming the new standard for printing digital photos.  Please CLICK HERE to learn more about the Sony Mavica version of PrintSix.

And for those of you who own a digital camera capable of recording "Large-Format" or "High Image Quality" .jpg (JPEG) pictures with file sizes in excess of 200K, upgrade to the Professional Version, Premium Edition, or Commercial Version of PrintSix!  Unlike the Standard and Sony Mavica Versions that load pictures only from your 3½ floppy drive, all upgraded versions of PrintSix read pictures directly from your hard drive and can accommodate image files of any size!  CLICK HERE to learn more about (and to upgrade to) the Professional Version, Premium Edition, or Commercial Version of PrintSix special upgrade price!

Note: If it has been less than 30 days since you have purchased the Standard Version of PrintSix®, then upgrade using our "Recent Purchase Upgrade Offer" for even greater savings!

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Is there a faster way to rename my picture files?

Yes!  All versions of PrintSix are shipped with a useful little File Renaming Utility program called "Rename" which can be used to speed-up the renaming of the .jpg (JPEG) files on your PrintSix Picture Disk or in your PrintSix Pictures working folder.  It’s simple to use and all of your picture files can be sequentially renamed with just a few clicks!  You can download the latest version of the Rename program HERE.  The Rename program downloads as a .zip file which first must be "unzipped" using any file extraction software of your choice.  After you unzip the file, create a shortcut to the "rename.exe" file on your desktop to keep it handy.

To use the "Rename" program…

  1. Locate up to 36 digital .jpg (JPEG) picture files stored anywhere on your computer and copy them onto a blank 3½ floppy disk (Standard Version), or into the "PrintSix Pictures" working folder on your Windows desktop (Professional Version, Premium Edition, or Commercial Version) using any "copy and paste" method of your choice.
  2. With a 3½ PrintSix Picture Disk inserted in your floppy drive "A" (Standard Version), or once you have copied your pictures into the "PrintSix Pictures" folder (Professional Version, Premium Edition, or Commercial Version), double-click on the rename.exe file (or on the File Renaming Utility desktop shortcut), and the Rename program will open in a new window…
  3. In the "Rename" program window, be sure that "3½ Floppy (A:)" (Standard Version), or "PrintSix Pictures" folder (Professional Version, Premium Edition, or Commercial Version) appears in the "Look In:" box…
  4. Then select "JPG/JPEG - JPG Files" from the drop down list under "FILE TYPES:"
  5. Next… Type in "pic" (omit the quotes) in the "Base Name" box… And change "001" to "1" (omit the quotes) in the "Base Number" box… And leave the "Filter" field blank…
  6. Now hit "RENAME."
  7. Confirm with "OK" and PRESTO!  All the files on your PrintSix Picture Disk will be automatically renamed in the correct format so they can be recognized by the PrintSix Program!

Once the renaming operation is complete, your pictures are now ready to use with the PrintSix program!

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Can I use PrintSix to add text or captions to my pictures?  Also, does the PrintSix program contain an editing feature that allows me to crop, resize, or touch-up my pictures?

No on both accounts, but keep reading... PrintSix is a picture printing program, not a picture editing program.  There are many commercially available picture editing programs that will allow you to edit your pictures in a variety of ways, and to save your pictures in a variety of file formats; including the popular .jpg file format that is supported by PrintSix.  Most picture editing programs also allow you to create projects with your pictures as such as greeting cards and calendars, but they don’t allow you to print several different images on a single page the way PrintSix does.  Despite all their fancy features, most picture editing programs only allow you to print your pictures one at a time.  So if creating beautiful photo album pages by placing multiple images on a single page sounds like a good idea to you, then PrintSix is the program of choice.  No editing, no resizing, no dragging and dropping, and no hassle of creating each and every page layout.  Our "Pre-Formatted" page templates make it easy to print perfect pictures every time in all your favorite standard sizes.

And as for adding text or captions to your pictures, both the Premium Edition and the Commercial Version of PrintSix includes several page templates which provide caption lines near each photo for annotating your pictures after they are printed.  Used by law enforcement officials, insurance adjusters, and digital photographers worldwide, the Premium Edition and Commercial Version of PrintSix are the programs of choice for those of you who wish to add text and/or captions to your pictures.  Please CLICK HERE to learn more about (and to upgrade to) the Premium Edition or Commercial Version of PrintSix at a very special upgrade price!  Upgrade today!

Note: If it has been less than 30 days since you have purchased any version of PrintSix®, then upgrade to the Premium Edition of PrintSix® using our "Recent Purchase Upgrade Offer" for even greater savings!

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Can I print three 4x6’s to a page?

To print three 4x6’s to a page would require two pictures to print in portrait format, and the other to print on edge in landscape format.  And although it is “physically” possible to fit three 4x6's to a single 8½ X 11 inch page, it is "electronically" impossible for most computers to accomplish the electronic rotation of one or more images to "mix and match" both portrait pictures together with landscape pictures on the same page; especially if the image file sizes are exceptionally large.  And since many PrintSix users commonly use the 4x6 page template to create printed photo album pages, having one picture print sideways would not particularly lend itself to an aesthetically pleasing photo album page.  This also explains why all page templates included with PrintSix orient all pictures on a given page with the same landscape orientation; so users have the choice of either cutting out their pictures, or using the entire printed page as an aesthetically pleasing photo album page.  As a reminder, when a digital camera takes a picture, images are always recorded electronically in landscape format; even if the photographer turns the camera on edge to take a portrait photo.  The photo may appear to have portrait orientation, but electronically, it's still a landscape photo.  Thus printing any picture in true portrait format would require the user to electronically rotate the picture with picture editing software... Something that you are not required to do with PrintSix, nor with any other well-designed photo printing software program for that matter.  And since there is no way to predict how or if a user might crop or rotate a given picture, it would be impossible to develop a set of standardized pre-formatted page templates for printing multiple pictures to a page unless a certain design standards are adhered to... Namely, the requirement to preserve the 4:3 aspect ratio of the digital image as originally recorded by the digital camera.  And this is precisely why all pictures on any given PrintSix pre-formatted page template print with a 4:3 aspect ratio.  For more information on the 4:3 aspect ratio requirement of PrintSix, CLICK HERE to read the topic… How come some of my pictures look squished or distorted after they load?

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How do I remove the header and footer text located at the top and bottom of my photo album pages?  Also, is there a way to remove the copyright notice from my printed photo album pages?

To remover the header and footer text from your photo album pages, do the following…

From The "File" Menu In Your Web Browser…

Select "Page Setup" and make the following changes…

Remove all Header and Footer info by first highlighting it, then pressing the Delete or Backspace key.  These two fields should be left blank.

Your photo album pages will now print without any header and/or footer text.  If, at a later date you wish to restore the header and footer text to their default settings, here’s what you type…

Header: &w&bPage &p of &P
Footer: &u&b&d

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As for removing the copyright notice from your printed photo album pages, our copyright notice cannot be removed and appears on each of our proprietary pre-formatted page templates for two reasons...

Copyright law requires a conspicuous "Notice of Copyright" to appear on each of our pre-formatted page templates in order to protect our copyright claim.  As we at sixdigitalphotos.com own the exclusive rights to our entire collection of PrintSix pre-formatted page templates, the copyright notice appears for both your protection and ours.  In this way, your PrintSix User License grants you permission to create prints and photo album pages using the pre-formatted page templates included with the PrintSix software for personal use.  Also, when you share your printed photo album pages with friends and family, our copyright notice provides a friendly invitation to visit our official PrintSix website so they too can order a copy of the PrintSix software for their very own.

And for those of you who have a need to print your pictures without borders (and without our copyright notice) for commercial purposes and/or for resale to others, the Commercial Version of PrintSix is the photo printing software of choice.  This is the same version of PrintSix we routinely sell to professional photographers and portrait studios worldwide.  Please CLICK HERE to learn more about (and to upgrade to) the Commercial Version of PrintSix at a very special upgrade price!  Upgrade today!

Note: If it has been less than 30 days since you have purchased any version of PrintSix®, then upgrade to the Commercial Version of PrintSix® using our "Recent Purchase Upgrade Offer" for even greater savings!

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Can I select just the pictures I want from anywhere on my computer?

Yes!  But this requires the aid of a Windows-based image viewer application called "Jpegger" which is available as a free download HERE.  As a reminder, no Windows-based application with a multiple image file management and printing capability currently exists; which explains why no commercial software manufacturer has yet been able to develop such an application that truly works.  Quite simply, there are too many incompatibilities with memory and too many programming complications in order to let the user simply "pick and choose" several different pictures of any size, or of any shape, or from anywhere on his or her computer system, and print them all to a single page.  Some software manufactures have tried, but all have failed in that if the program works on one computer system, there is simply no guarantee that it will work on a different system and across all platforms.  But that’s a limitation of current Windows programming technology, and not a limitation of the software itself.

This also explains why PrintSix is a web browser-based application, and not a Windows application... Because our "pre-formatted" page templates are actually web pages which makes it possible to print more than one different picture to a single page.  We own the copyrights to all of the pre-formatted page templates featured on our website which also explains why many large software companies have already contacted us with an interest in acquiring the rights to the PrintSix technology.  Quite simply, because the PrintSix program indeed gets the job done... But perhaps not in the way the user might expect.

For quite some time now, we have also been working on a program called "Quick PrintSix" which would essentially allow the user to select several different images from anywhere on his/her computer, and to have those selected images placed into our pre-formatted page templates.  This added functionality however requires extensive programming and use of the programming language called "JavaScript" which itself has many inherent limitations.  Further, not all web browsers support the use of JavaScript.  Alternatively, we have developed a great way to use PrintSix together with a Window's-based image viewing and file selection utility called "JPegger" that will allow you to preview pictures from anywhere on your computer system and select only your favorites to print with PrintSix.  CLICK HERE to learn more...

You see, printing multiple images on a single page seems like such a simple task and such a simple idea, but didn’t you ever wonder why no major software company has ever been able to solve the programming problems associated with creating this sort of a Windows-based application?  We were first to come up with a solution using a web-browser based application and photography magazines and websites hailed our accomplishments as "brilliant" which further explains why PrintSix is fast-becoming the new standard for printing digital photos.  It works on any computer system running any version of Windows and using any web browser.

But browser-based applications have inherent limitations as well... For example, the Standard Version of PrintSix requires your file names to conform to a specific format that can be read by the pre-formatted page templates.  And all upgraded versions of PrintSix must also conform to this same file format.  And that's why we also include an easy-to-use File Renaming Utility called "Rename" with all versions of PrintSix.  And as the Standard Version of PrintSix knows only how to load pictures from your floppy drive "A," all upgraded versions of PrintSix load pictures only from a special working folder called "PrintSix Pictures" which must be located on your Windows desktop.  But all of our upgraded versions of PrintSix can accommodate .jpg (JPEG) image files of any size.

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As PrintSix represents state-of-the-art digital photo printing technology, we are continuously working on enhancing the functionality of the PrintSix family of digital photo printing software.  But we too are faced with the inherent limitations of current programming technology.  In other words, no Windows-based program will EVER be able to do what our browser-based PrintSix program already does.  And that's why PrintSix has already received the success and attention that it has.  Our upgraded versions of PrintSix (Professional Version, Premium Edition, and Commercial Version) all get the job done quite nicely.  But instead of dragging and dropping your images into pre-formatted page templates, each of our upgraded versions allow you to drag and drop copies of the actual files themselves into the PrintSix Pictures working folder where they can be automatically loaded into the PrintSix page templates with one simple click!  It works.  And it works well.  CLICK HERE to learn more (and to upgrade to) the Professional Version, Premium Edition, or Commercial Version of PrintSix at a very special upgrade price!

Note: If it has been less than 30 days since you have purchased the Standard Version of PrintSix®, then upgrade using our "Recent Purchase Upgrade Offer" for even greater savings!

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Creating the ultimate digital photo printing system with PrintSix Photo Printing Software for Windows...

(For Advanced Users Only)

Once you become familiar with the basic operation of PrintSix we encourage you to take the next step in learning how to use the PrintSix program the way the pros do.  In the paragraphs below, we’ll show you how to create the ultimate digital photo printing system to preview pictures from anywhere on your computer and select only your favorites to print with PrintSix.

But before we begin, haven’t you ever wondered why until now, no major software company has ever been able to solve the programming problems associated with printing multiple images to a single page?  Quite simply, with a Windows-based application, extremely large digital image files often place a heavy demand on computer memory.  This often results in too many inconsistencies regarding Windows kernel memory usage, and thus the program “hangs” or “crashes” when trying to process and print more than one image file at a time.  Thus there is no guarantee that a Window’s-based multiple photo printing application will reliably work with all versions of Windows and across all platforms.  But since PrintSix is a web browser-based application and not a Windows-based application, PrintSix works on any computer system running any version of Windows and using any web browser.  But web browser-based applications have inherent limitations as well... For example, the whole concept of using "Pre-Formatted" page templates in an easy-to-use web-browser based application like PrintSix requires that certain features must be predetermined, and not user-defined.  And this is why all versions of PrintSix require that your image file names conform to a specific format that can be recognized by the PrintSix program.  And as the Standard Version of PrintSix knows only how to load pictures from your floppy drive "A," the Professional Version, Premium Edition, and Commercial Versions of PrintSix loads pictures only from a special working folder called "PrintSix Pictures" which must be located on your Windows desktop.

So the real issue here is to develop a fast and efficient way to get just the pictures you want to print (and in the order you want to print them) onto your PrintSix Picture Disk (or into your PrintSix Pictures working folder), and then to quickly rename them so the entire batch of up to 36 pictures can be read into the PrintSix program with just one click.

Here’s how to create the ultimate digital photo printing system...

First, you will need to download a handy little freeware image-viewing utility from the internet called “JPegger” which will allow you to conveniently pick and choose just the pictures you want to print.  It comes with complete documentation and includes a thumbnail display option for quickly sorting through your pictures.  You can download the latest version of the “JPegger” program HERE.

But before you use the JPegger program for the first time, you will also need to create a shortcut to your 3½ floppy drive “A” (and/or to your PrintSix Pictures working folder) in the “Send To” folder located in the “Windows” Folder.  This way, when you are ready to send an image to either of these two locations from within JPegger, simply right-click on the thumbnail image, select “Send To” and choose either of these two locations.

Once you have completed the above two preliminary steps… 1.) Use the JPegger program to load your selected pictures onto your PrintSix Picture Disk (or into your PrintSix Pictures working folder) by right-clicking on the thumbnail image of your choice and using the “Send To” command from the menu that appears.  Once your PrintSix Picture Disk (or PrintSix Pictures working folder) is full with up to 36 pictures, then… 2.) Rename your selected pictures with the “Rename” File Renaming Utility, (or sequentially and in the order you want them printed using the JPegger program’s rename feature for even better control), then… 3.) Print them with PrintSix!

As you can see, it’s a three-step process but you’ll have the best of both worlds.  Ease of file selection and renaming using two easy-to-use Windows-based applications (JPegger and Rename), and a state-of-the-art multiple image printing capability using a web browser-based application (PrintSix).  As a suggestion, create a Windows shortcut to the "jpegger.exe" file on your Windows desktop (or onto your taskbar) to keep it handy.  This way, you will have “one-touch desktop access” to all three programs.  Granted, it’s a bit of work to get this all set up, but once you do, you will have created the ultimate digital photo printing system and enjoy both speed and efficiency in managing, selecting, and printing your entire collection of digital photos.

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Is there a way to remove the borders from around my pictures?

Yes… But only with the Commercial Version of PrintSix.  You see, the PrintSix concept originally started out as high-end commercial software marketed to portrait studios and professional photographers worldwide.  Our software gave these industry professionals an opportunity to enhance the scope of their services and a means to affordably create generic digital reprints for their clients and customers.  As we were among the first to develop a photo printing software product featuring pre-formatted page templates, our Commercial Version of PrintSix was (and still is) a big success within the photography industry.  Accordingly, the Commercial Version of PrintSix includes a Commercial Template Package and a Portrait Template Package that will allow you to print your pictures without borders (and without the PrintSix copyright notice) for professional use and/or for commercial resale to others.

We then came up with the idea of creating an affordable and easy-to-use photo printing software program for the everyday consumer.  A decision was made to adapt our commercial photo printing software by creating frames and borders around each picture for enhanced consumer appeal and to add the PrintSix copyright notice for a proprietary look.  And thus the consumer versions of PrintSix were born.  These versions of PrintSix include the Standard Version, Professional Version, Sony Mavica Version, and the Premium Edition; all of which place neat little borders around your pictures accompanied by a "Notice of Copyright" that appears on each and every printed photo album page.

So for those of you who have a need to print your pictures without borders (and without the PrintSix copyright notice) for commercial purposes and/or for resale to others, the Commercial Version of PrintSix is the photo printing software of choice.  This is the same version of PrintSix we routinely sell to professional photographers and portrait studios worldwide.  Please CLICK HERE to learn more about (and to upgrade to) the Commercial Version of PrintSix at a very special upgrade price!  Upgrade today!

Note: If it has been less than 30 days since you have purchased any version of PrintSix®, then upgrade to the Commercial Version of PrintSix® using our "Recent Purchase Upgrade Offer" for even greater savings!

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How can I print multiple copies of the same picture to a page?

By using the templates included with the Commercial Version of PrintSix.  But if you haven't yet upgraded to the Commercial Version, you can still print multiple copies of the same picture to a page.  Here's how... After you have copied the desired picture to your PrintSix Picture Disk (Standard Version) or to your PrintSix Pictures Folder (Professional Version and Premium Edition), then paste up to nine copies of that same picture to your PrintSix Picture Disk (Standard Version) or to your PrintSix Pictures Folder (Professional Version and Premium Edition).  Then rename all the copies of that picture sequentially and in the manner as specified on your instruction sheet.  Now, when you load a given page template, the page will fill with multiple copies of the same picture.

There is a much easier way however… The Commercial Version of PrintSix includes a "Portrait Template Package" specifically designed for the purpose creating studio-quality reprints of a given picture.  This feature is especially useful to professional photographers, portrait studios, and others who require an affordable way to make commercial-quality reprints of their pictures.  Please CLICK HERE to learn more about (and to upgrade to) the Commercial Version of PrintSix at a very special upgrade price!  Upgrade today!

Note: If it has been less than 30 days since you have purchased any version of PrintSix®, then upgrade to the Commercial Version of PrintSix® using our "Recent Purchase Upgrade Offer" for even greater savings!

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Can I E-Mail PrintSix photo album pages to my friends?

PrintSix uses copyrighted and proprietary technology which allows you to load multiple images into pre-formatted page templates without having to create each and every page layout individually.  As such, PrintSix photo album pages are intended to be printable only by you.  As sending a PrintSix page template by E-Mail generally requires that all supporting files (and pictures) be E-Mailed as well, some E-Mail programs will you allow you send PrintSix pages by E-Mail.  However, this is direct violation of our licensing agreement as the PrintSix pre-formatted page templates involve copyrighted technology which is expressly prohibited from being copied, duplicated, or shared with others by any electronic means.  We kindly ask therefore that you do not send your PrintSix pages by E-Mail.  Please encourage your friends and relatives to purchase their own copy of PrintSix, and E-Mail your friends and relatives only the .jpg picture files you wish to share so they can create their own photo album pages using their own copy of PrintSix.

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How can I use PrintSix to make photo album pages from my existing prints?   Also, are there any tips for using PrintSix with my scanner?

PrintSix can be used to make printed photo album pages from your collection of existing prints by first scanning them into .jpg files using a scanner, then printing your scanned images with PrintSix.  Some scanners even have a special "photo feeder" designed exclusively for scanning photos.  Just be sure to save your scanned image as a .jpg files since most scanners give you the option of saving your scanned images in a variety of file formats.  Once you have scanned several images, then create a PrintSix picture disk (or send them to your PrintSix Pictures working folder) as usual. And presto!  Printed photo album pages from your existing prints!

Also, some scanners give you the option of saving your scanned images in portrait or landscape format.  We recommend that all your scanned images be saved in landscape format.  This is for several reasons... First, all pre-formatted page templates included with PrintSix print your pictures in landscape format.  And this explains why there is no need to rotate pictures taken by a digital camera before printing them with PrintSix.  Because all digital cameras record pictures in landscape format.  Second, when holding you camera on edge to take a portrait picture, these pictures still print correctly with PrintSix since again, your camera is recording the picture in landscape format.  And finally, the "PrintSix Printing and Framing Tips" flyer included with your software specifically advises you against electronically rotating and/or cropping your pictures since doing so will distort the 4:3 aspect ratio of your picture.  And this brings us to another important point when scanning images with your scanner.  For the scanned image to print correctly with PrintSix, your scanned image must have a 4:3 landscape aspect ratio; even if this involves rotating and/or cropping your scanned image after it has been saved to disk.  For example, if you import a photo into your scanner with a portrait orientation (having a 3:4 aspect ratio), be sure to rotate the image by 90 degrees using any picture-editing software of your choice as this will change the orientation to landscape and also change the aspect ratio to the correct value of 4:3.  For more information on this 4:3 aspect ratio requirement, please CLICK HERE to visit the related topic entitled… "How come some of my pictures look squished or distorted after they load?"

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How do I print my pictures to size A4 Paper?

PrintSix can be used to print pictures to most any size paper including size A4 paper (21cm X 29.7 cm) just so long as the page template is not larger than the paper itself.  Depending on your printer, most PrintSix projects can be successfully printed to a single sheet of A4 paper without a problem.  The only exception is when printing an 8x10.  While some printers can fit the entire 8x10 picture on a single sheet of A4 paper, other printers may require a second sheet.  To print a PrintSix project to size A4 paper, first set the paper size to "A4" from the "Page Setup" menu in your web browser.  Then set all four page margins to zero inches (or the minimum setting that your browser will allow) and print a test page.  If the test page required only one sheet to print, then you're home free.  By experimenting with your page margin settings a little, you can center your project in the middle of the page or create a slight offset.  Just be sure to make note of the page margin settings that give you the best printed result.

Note: For international users, we've also developed a special Commercial A4 Version of PrintSix® featuring metric image sizes and all page templates expertly- formatted for A4 size paper.

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Can you create a custom PrintSix page template just for me and according to my specifications?

Yes!  And our custom designed page templates are very affordably priced!  But before you order a custom PrintSix page template, first take a look at all the page templates included with the Premium Edition and Commercial Version of PrintSix.  Chances are, you may find that your desired page template is already included with either or both of these two versions of PrintSix.  But if not, then CLICK HERE to learn more about our custom page template designing service.

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My PrintSix software disk appears to be defective...

All PrintSix program disks are tested before they leave our facility.  Nevertheless, if your PrintSix program disk appears to be defective or becomes damaged in shipping, we will replace it free of charge.  Simply return the defective disk with a brief explanation of your problem to...

PrintSix Customer Support
2743 Madison Street
Hollywood, FL 33020-5733
USA

And we will send you a free replacement program disk by First Class U.S. Mail.

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What is your product return policy?

Like most major software companies, we do not offer refunds on our PrintSix® software products.  Alternatively, we are committed to your total satisfaction by providing our customers with the best possible customer support available, and have also developed the following Product Return Policy which is reprinted below from our FAQ page, and the documentation shipped with your PrintSix® software.

PrintSix® Product Return Policy

We at Six Digital Photos Dot Com have made the decision not to copy-protect the PrintSix® software.  In accordance with the terms of our License Agreement, this enables you to legally make one back-up copy of your PrintSix® software (for archive purposes) in case your original becomes lost and/or damaged.  Accordingly, this policy does not permit us to honor refund requests.  Thus like most popular software companies, we do not offer refunds on our computer software products and absolutely no refunds on downloadable versions of the PrintSix® software.  Additionally, if you have purchased or downloaded PrintSix® at our discounted "Internet Special Price," please understand that profit margins are simply not there to cover the costs of order processing, administration, postage, commissions, and the accounting necessary to process refund requests.  Alternatively, we are committed to your total satisfaction by providing our customers with the best possible E-mail, telephone, and Online Customer Support available.  And since our software can be copied freely, we kindly ask that you do not make and/or distribute illegal copies of the PrintSix® software.  It's cheap enough.  Please encourage your friends to purchase their own copy of PrintSix® from our official PrintSix® website at www.sixdigitalphotos.com.  Thank you for your understanding and support.

Thus as an "Official Notice" to consumers and in accordance with our Customer Refunds Policy... We do not offer refunds on our PrintSix® computer software products, nor will PayPal (or your credit card company) honor refund requests or chargebacks.  Therefore, if you do not know how to use a computer or the simple Windows commands "copy" and "paste" as required by PrintSix®, please do not claim disappointment and/or dissatisfaction in an attempt to obtain a refund.  Instead, please contact our Customer Support Department for help as we are committed to your total satisfaction.

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Where can I obtain printer supplies and photo paper at discount prices?

Visit our Printer Supplies Resource Page featuring links to some of the best places on the internet for obtaining printer supplies such as inkjet refills, refill kits, bulk inks, photo paper, and other related supplies at discount prices...  Happy shopping!

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