Combining saved images to print on one page

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After saving multiple images using Snagit 2018, it would be nice in the Editor to be able to open up a new blank page and then bring in all the images you want from the gallery, place them where you want and then print the page.  Sort of like making up something in Adobe Indesign.
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Posted 11 months ago

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Paul

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You can do that with Ctrl+N (or File > New > New Image)
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Rick Grunwald

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I do a reduced version of that all the time. The only thing to watch is that any graphics you drag it will appear on the recents bar and can easily be deleted. Remember to CLOSE them and if anything makes it to the Library ... remove from the library and do NOT delete
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The thing that really annoys me about this workflow is that when you drag items from the recents bar and place them carefully on the page, as soon as you release the mouse button SnagIT goes into "I know you placed it where you wanted it, but I think it would be much better HERE, so that's where it's going" mode, and moves it.  WTF is that about?
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Rick Grunwald

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I think we must be happy with just getting it into the document and then know we will have to adjust the size and placements. I do this a lot. Where do you want it placed in relation to the cursor that is  dregging it? I get this in other programs too
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If I centre the dragged item beneath the image on the page, I'd rather like it to stay centred, but it doesn't, for example.  It seems so arbitrary. 
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I guess I just got used to it 

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