Photo Printing Templates
25 years ago when Windows ’95 came into existence, a feature was included to facilitate the home-based printing of photos. When you clicked “print” on a photo, you were given layout choices. The idea at that time was that photo processing was a thing of the past, and everyone was going to print their own photos at home. It was a great idea until people tried it and the photos came out with weird colours, they faded in the sun, sometimes they had lines on them…. and home photo printing never really took off.
No other operating system bothered to add that feature in, and Windows didn’t remove it. The only people who actually used that were teachers. These templates provide you size control over the photos you choose to print. They’re quick and easy to use, and though they may be less *convenient* than the windows feature was, you now understand why that feature is not included in modern operating systems,