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Multiprint for PD
Multiprint was originally developed by Martin Wright
as a standalone tool. A few years ago he also created a
version that's a plugin for Project Dogwaffle. It runs on PD 2, PD Pro 3 and PD Pro 4
as well as PD Artist.
You will find a lot of information about this plugin
Martin Wright Graphics website contains a lot more standalone utilities
which you may want to use too. Check it out at
Save it to your desktop.
After download is completed, double-click the file to start the
During the installation, you will need to select the folder where you
want it installed, typically the PD ARtist installation folder. It may
default to another folder, so be sure to browse to
if that's where you have PD Artist installed (it's the default
Note that if you also have other versions of PD installed
you may not be able to install it in more than one location. If you run
the installer a second time, it thinks you want to uninstall the
current installation. Do that and then run the installer again to
install it with a different PD version if you later upgrade to PD Pro
Why or When should you use
When you get ready to print a piece of artwork created in PD Artist,
and choose to print it on a sheet of expensive photoquality paper, it
would be a shame to waste unused portions of the paper. Instead, you
can manually layout additional images (or coopies of the the same) to
print next to the first, at same or different orientations and size.
For example, you can print four postcard sized images on a lettersized
sheet, leaving very little unused white borders around the images.
Load image files
You can also use Multiprint to import a few additional image formats
from some exotic files, or scan images from a scanner or other
Send images to and
from PD Artist
After loading and image from file or other means into Multiprint, you
can send it to PD Artist.
PD Artist can already send images to and from the custom brush (Brush
menu > Clipboard...). However, it doesn't have the option in the
Buffer menu to do the same wth the image buffer directly. That's where
Multiprint can be useful again: you can import an image which is in the
Clipboard into Multiprint, and then from there send it back into PD
To Probe Further
You will find a lot more information about the
Multiprint plugin here
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