Photoshop Elements: How do I position an image so it's not centered when printing?

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I recently upgraded from PSE 6 to 8. I am very disappointed in the change to printing. Previously, I could move a picture to the corner of the paper, leaving room for another. Now every picture can only be in the dead center - what a waste! I just printed a 5x7 on letter sized paper - I could have also printed a 4x6, but that option isn't available in the picture package, and since I can't move it I will now have to waste another full size sheet of photo paper. What a lousy "improvement".
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Hi Katherine,

1. Uncheck "Center Image"
2. Place your cursor along the edge of the image image you want to move and position it on the paper where you desire.

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For Photoshop Elements 8, the Print dialog was completely redesigned from previous versions. The ability to move the Print Area was not available for this release. However, this was fixed in Photoshop Elements 9.