When a "photo strip" layout is in use (this includes the 1x2, 1x3, and 1x4 strips), Simple Booth apps will automatically arrange two vertical photo strips on a sheet if there is room. 

Formatting two strips

Adjusting the layout in certain ways can be really helpful (or in certain circumstances, might be necessary) in order for us to duplicate the strips for you. Our best recommendations around settings for duplicate strips follow: 

  1. Use square crop or a portrait orientation. Landscape orientation results in wider frames, and it is difficult to fit two of the strips on the paper when the frames are wider.
  2. If landscape mode is a priority, select the 1x4 photo strip layout which is taller than the 1x3 (this taller layout creates more room for the wider frames). 
  3. Place a logo on the strip (this also helps make the overall layout taller). 

We describe this in more detail in our blog if you are having trouble! 

5x7 paper will also give you proportionally more width to place two photo strips than a 4x6 paper does.

Cutting photo strips

Dye-Sublimation Printers

Some dye-sublimation printers will automatically cut your photo strips for you, which can save a ton of time! You'll be able to turn on your printer's cutting feature from Printopia or O'Print

Consumer Printers

The other types of printers we recommend don't include automatic cutting, so we suggest using a simple paper cutter to do the job. 

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