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I'm trying to repeat the same image on one page Photoshop elements 2019

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I sell papers with my images on them and I'm attempting to simply place 3 or 4 of the same images on one page. Seems simple but when I've called Adobe they send me a ten year old video which is useless. Contacted them again only to be told to come here since they're so busy.

1. I know about contact sheets and I can only get so far then there are no instructions anywhere (Youtube, google, safari or Bing search) and Adobe customer service has been useless really. Can anyone tell me how I can just copy the exact same image on one page?

2. I'm not happy that I paid for this service and I"m getting no help. Does anyone use another service similar to photoshop for editing. Cost or free, if it works, I'll use it. Especially if they have a good help team.

Thanks for any help!

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I sell papers with my images on them and I'm attempting to simply place 3 or 4 of the same images on one page.

There are several ways to do this in PSE.

Try this:

  1. Open the Editor - Expert tab
  2. Go to File>New>Blank file. Enter the dimensions of your paper stock (H&W). This will be your canvas.
  3. Go to File>Place and point to the file with the image, and click on "Place". You can drag the image in to the desired position and resize with the corner handles of the bounding box. Once you are satisfied, commit with the green check-mark.
  4. Repeat this process for the other 2 or 3.
  5. Note that each image will come in on a separate layer. If you wish to fine-tune the placement, activate the move tool and drag.
  6. I find it helpful to have the grid open  - View>Grid. You can toggle it off/on. It will not print.

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I'm trying to repeat the same image on one page Photoshop elements 2019

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I sell papers with my images on them and I'm attempting to simply place 3 or 4 of the same images on one page. Seems simple but when I've called Adobe they send me a ten year old video which is useless. Contacted them again only to be told to come here since they're so busy.

1. I know about contact sheets and I can only get so far then there are no instructions anywhere (Youtube, google, safari or Bing search) and Adobe customer service has been useless really. Can anyone tell me how I can just copy the exact same image on one page?

2. I'm not happy that I paid for this service and I"m getting no help. Does anyone use another service similar to photoshop for editing. Cost or free, if it works, I'll use it. Especially if they have a good help team.

Thanks for any help!

Patti E. @

Adobe Community Professional
Correct answer by hatstead | Adobe Community Professional

Pattielhoff  wrote

I sell papers with my images on them and I'm attempting to simply place 3 or 4 of the same images on one page.

There are several ways to do this in PSE.

Try this:

  1. Open the Editor - Expert tab
  2. Go to File>New>Blank file. Enter the dimensions of your paper stock (H&W). This will be your canvas.
  3. Go to File>Place and point to the file with the image, and click on "Place". You can drag the image in to the desired position and resize with the corner handles of the bounding box. Once you are satisfied, commit with the green check-mark.
  4. Repeat this process for the other 2 or 3.
  5. Note that each image will come in on a separate layer. If you wish to fine-tune the placement, activate the move tool and drag.
  6. I find it helpful to have the grid open  - View>Grid. You can toggle it off/on. It will not print.

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Adobe don't offer training as part of the product. Professionals wanting to use Photoshop will generally get professional training, it's wasting their time otherwise trying to figure it out.

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Pattielhoff  wrote

I sell papers with my images on them and I'm attempting to simply place 3 or 4 of the same images on one page.

There are several ways to do this in PSE.

Try this:

  1. Open the Editor - Expert tab
  2. Go to File>New>Blank file. Enter the dimensions of your paper stock (H&W). This will be your canvas.
  3. Go to File>Place and point to the file with the image, and click on "Place". You can drag the image in to the desired position and resize with the corner handles of the bounding box. Once you are satisfied, commit with the green check-mark.
  4. Repeat this process for the other 2 or 3.
  5. Note that each image will come in on a separate layer. If you wish to fine-tune the placement, activate the move tool and drag.
  6. I find it helpful to have the grid open  - View>Grid. You can toggle it off/on. It will not print.

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Try creating a blank document and use:

File >> Place

You would need to repeat it 4 times and drag each dropped image into position.

It’s similar to creating a manual collage. You can set your own document size e.g. photo size like 8 X 10 or use millimetres for A4 size.

See my video demo at YouTube.

https://youtu.be/MM1Ey3T3o0Y

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What operating system are you using?

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Oops sorry my reply was about Photoshop, the Pro tool, not Photoshop Elements, supposed to be easy to use and aimed at hobbyists. But while we’re on the two products, when trying to follow tutorials on the web, make sure they are for the product you have ( Photoshop Elements I’m assuming), not the other one, or they will make no sense at all.

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