Photo Printing with Epson

  carper 14:43 08 Aug 06

Hi, Before a reinstall I had a very simple programme for printing pictures with an Epson C42+. This set up the settings and there were small alterations available such as brighness etc. I have searched the Epson web site without result and am hoping that soeone may have a copy. Here's hoping. Carper

  Stuartli 14:49 08 Aug 06

All you require is Picassa2 from Google.

Brilliantly simple, straightforward freeware and will do exactly what you require:

click here

  carper 15:13 08 Aug 06

Thanks for your reply but I already have picass2 and am not looking for an editing programme.This simple programme set up printing really easy with one click for best results. Thanks anyway.
Regards Carper

  Pamy 15:28 08 Aug 06

Was this prog. suplied wth your Eson printer?

  carper 15:39 08 Aug 06

I don't think, so I have reloaded the complete discs and drivers for the printer. Thanks for your reply

  pj123 16:07 08 Aug 06

It was probably Epson Photoquicker. The C42+ was not supported with Photoquicker but can still work. (the + on your printer means it was supplied by PC World)

I have the latest version (Photoquicker 3.5) which I can try and email to you. Please contact me via the envelope if you would like me to try. It is an 8.5mb zip file.

  Stuartli 16:13 08 Aug 06

You can do with Picassa2 exactly what you are wanting to do.

  jakimo 19:30 08 Aug 06

AS already stated,Picassa 2 has contrast\brightness\colour adjustments with just a click

  conrail 21:21 08 Aug 06

my c84 came with Epson Creativity Suite which has Epson Easy Photo Print, although a quick search on the epson web site did not produce any results

  bluto1 21:45 08 Aug 06

Stuartli and jakimo have spelled it out for you.
I used a C44 UX a while back and Picasa 2 came up trumps every time.
If you want to persist with the Epson programme then I suggest you reinstall your printer. This sometimes works

  carper 11:39 09 Aug 06

Thanks all for your contributions, Photoquicker proved to be the answer. regards Carper

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