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Create a print template
1 Set up the page
Toggle open the Cells panel and click Clear Layout to create a blank page. Click the Page Setup button on the bottom left of the workspace. Click the landscape orientation icon and select a suitable paper size, such as A4. Leave Scale at 100%. Click OK.
3 Change the units
Our 5x7 print will fill a standard picture frame. You may also want to print passport-sized photos on the same sheet. If so, then go to Rulers, Grid & Guides and set Ruler Units to Millimeters. Go to Cells and click the pop-up arrow. Choose Edit.
5 Adjust the size manually
Set the Units back to Inches. Click to add a 2.5x3.5-sized cell to the page. Drag the cell’s handles to make it fill the layout’s empty space. This shape doesn’t match the original composition. Hold Cmd/Ctrl and drag the cell to fine-tune the position of the enclosed photo.
2 Add the cells
Select the start image in the Filmstrip. The Cells panel contains icons that create cells with specific dimensions. Click the arrow to the right of each button to access other shapes and sizes. Choose 5x7 to create a large print. Tick Zoom to Fill in the Image Settings panel.
4 Create a custom size
In the New Custom Size window, type dimensions of 35x45mm. Click Add. This creates a cell with standard passport photo dimensions and a 35x45 button will appear. Click it to add more passport pictures to your layout. Drag them into position.
6 Save your template
Clear Zoom to Fill in the Image Settings panel to make the entire photo fit inside each cell. To save the custom layout as a template, click the + icon in the Template browser. Name the template and click Create. You can then summon it with a click in the Template browser.