I've moved this from the poorly named Community Help forum (which is the forum for issues using the forums) to the Photoshop Elements forum so that proper help can be offered.
You state:" Looking on web sites there are 4 other options which allow you to print cover and inside. These are 4" x 8" Flat portrait 5" x 7" Folded portrait 7" x 5"Folded landscape 8" x 4" flat lanscape."
So that we are all on the same page, please identify the web sites which you reference.
What is the size of the paper stock which you will utilize for the cards?
Hi thanks for the reply.
the web site tutorial that I look on was lynda.com which shows the 6 options (this might have been the full version of photoshop).
Also Adobe, making photo project, which only show the first two.
My early software that I used allow you to print on the 4 sides of the card but that was an epson software called print create that came with the old print I had (windows version).
I make a lot of greeting cards and use Greeting Cards Factory DeLuxe. It's a great program for making all sorts of things, e.g cards, note cards, labels, etc.) The templates are precise. Saves a lot of paper & ink. There are templates for half fold and quarter fold greeting cards. One can import photo files which have been enhanced in Photoshop Elements.
Thanks for the reply. I have given up trying and will no bother anymore.
I did not realize that PSE had a Greeting Card function until I saw this post. I have PSE 2020 and I just checked it out and it seems to be woefully inadequate for Greeting Cards. I don't know what they had in mind when this function was created.
I have used Hallmark Card Studio Deluxe for quite a few years to create and print greeting cards. It works very well and I can import any of my photos to use on the cards.