If you right click on a photo file (using XP) and select Windows Picture and Fax Viewer from Open With, you will get the viewer up.
Select which picture(s) you wish to print and then click on the Print icon at the bottom.
You will then get a scroll through choice of picture sizes, including various levels of multiple images on one sheet. You can also set the printer's configuration for print quality etc.
You should also have a similar facility in your photo editing program.
By the way, online photo labs such as click here will print images to exact passport and similar size requirements for a modest charge of about £1.49 for six or eight prints on one sheet (plus p and p).
In Elements you can create a blank canvas (page) then put an image on it as many times as you wish or it will hold.
Size your image, create the blank with the same ppi as the image, then drag the image to the blank (you will have to drag it as many times as you wish images). You can position each image as you wish as each is a seperate layer - open the layer palatt so you can indicate which images you wish to move. When all is set, flatten the image then print as many copies as you wish. You don't have to flatten but it will make printing faster.