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Are there any applications which allow one to print multiple images on one page? I'd like to print four different pictures on a page. I know that it would be possible to construct a composite image using the Gimp, but there must be an easier way. I have found a Windows app which does this, but I can't find a way to do it with GQView, KuickShow, Gwenview or any other apps which I currently have.
I never came across this use case until now. I'm in the same boat. I'd really like to know if there is some way to do this easily. I've explored the same options you have and come to the same conclusions... 6 years later. I'm not believing the date of this post. Unreal. I'll do some more searching.