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  1. I have started a similar thread with no replies, but I am in the same position as you. I'm also a teacher with student work as images! The best I have been able to do is annoying but will work: 1. Secondary Click on the image you want to print and open it in Preview 2. Do the same for all the images you want to print. You will have a bunch of preview windows open now. 3. Pick one of the images you have open in Preview, go to the View menu and choose Thumbnails. 4. Repeat step 3 on another image and drag the little thumbnail on the left side in to the thumbnail tray on the original image. 5. Do this for every single image open so you'll have 1 image in preview with all the other image thumbnails in it. 6. Print this out. I usually want to keep the PDF as one document so I don't have to repeat all this nonsense. Also, sometimes I need to email this to someone and I know they will be printing it, so I need it as an 8.5x11 PDF Fortunately, this is easy to do from the print menu. Just hit print, and then from the pop up menu, choose PDF at the bottom left. There should be a PDF to Evernote option, but if there isn't, you can mail PDF to whoever you need as well as to Evernote. Hope that helps a little!! ALSO - when I need to combine multiple images on to one piece of paper, I just use Apple's Pages in Page Layout Mode. Just drag 'em all in there. If anyone knows a better way to do this - PLEASE LET ME KNOW!! - Bret
  2. Evernote 5.2 (premium) MacBook Pro - 10.8.3 Occasionally I need to print out a note (or email a printable pdf) I have created from the document camera - generally these were 8.5 x 11" when I captured them. When I choose print, the images do not size for 8.5 x 11 and there seems to be no easy scaling option. My only solution has been to open up each image individually in Preview, and then combine them in to one file. From there, I am able to print or email a PDF. Preview takes care of all the scaling for me. Can Evernote do this? Am I missing something? Is there a script or app that would allow me to do this? It is, as one could imagine, a huge waste of time for me. FYI: I understand why my images are not automatically printing to standard sized paper and that this might not be a feature one would want as a default. Also, I would appreciate it that folks would not use this thread to inform me that they never need to print or ask me why I need to Thanks in advance!! Bret
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