Printing Passport Photos

  MS35 18:57 13 Jun 2005
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Does anyone know of any new free software for easily cropping and printing passport photos? (I checked the Archive but the most recent question seems to be a few months old and approx $10, which doesn't seem too bad but I only need one!)

Thanks

  Klof Ron 19:08 13 Jun 2005

I use pix resizer click here , don't know what size passport photo's are but this resizes to any size you want.

  slimbo51 19:24 13 Jun 2005

Its not free cost me about $7.00 but a program called Passport Photo available for download off the net is brill.

Works great and has preformed passport size templates installed.

Tried loads of different other types of progs but this is way better.

I only had 1 set to do, but at the price great piece of software for future use as well.

  Curio 19:26 13 Jun 2005

open a Word Doc, insert a text box of the correct passport photo dimensions and pop your photo in there

  harryoo 19:39 13 Jun 2005

Recommend PassPort Photo 1.22 on CD with May 2005
magazine. Used it myself for new driving licence.

  GANDALF <|:-)> 19:46 13 Jun 2005

Curio's is the cheapest and quickest way.

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  anchor 20:03 13 Jun 2005

Agree with Gandalf, (that must be a first, lol).

Read details here:

click here

  jack 20:19 13 Jun 2005

Gandalf has got ot any photo editor will do it for you too load your mugshot go to Image /Resize -to the dimensions you want
job done.

  MS35 20:47 13 Jun 2005

Thanks all.

  Sans le Sou 20:52 13 Jun 2005
  Curio 20:35 14 Jun 2005

Having read Sans le Sou's link, how can they confirm a digital photograph has been printed at 1200dpi or higher?

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