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Because all selected photos will use the same print settings, you'll sometimes find it easier to print fewer pictures at a time. Doing so will allow you to print them in different sizes, properly handle varying image quality, and print in landscape or portrait mode, as needed.One way to improve a picture's print quality is to print it at a smaller size. For example, while a 2 megapixel photo might result in a marginally acceptable 8" x 10" print, a 5" x 7" or 4" x 6" print will be better.Photo paper is expensive. If part of a page is blank, you can fill it by adding more photos or by increasing the number of copies of each photo.If your printer doesn't print, ensure that it's on, online (ready to print), and has paper. Note that many inkjets will refuse to print if any of its ink cartridges are empty.If you're tired of paying through the nose for ink cartridges, you may want to explore the world of compatible cartridges. Go to [http://dealink.com] for sources of inexpensive ink cartridges.