Professional Print & Layout - Printing Photos (macOS)

Article ID: ART172732 | Date published: 12/19/2018 | Date last updated: 01/18/2019


This article explains how to print photos using Professional Print & Layout on a Mac.



  1. Start Professional Print & Layout.

  2. Drag and drop the images you want to print to the Preview area.

    You can also select photos from Open in the File menu.


    • If started from Digital Photo Professional, Photoshop, Photoshop Elements, or Lightroom, images cannot be added.


    • You can change the order to print by dragging the images in the Thumbnails area. You can also change the order of images from the Sort By menu.
  3. In the Stored Settings area, set the printer and Layout (Number of Images) you want to use, and other settings.

  4. In Print Settings on the General Settings tab, set Media Type, Paper Source, Print Quality, and other settings.



    • When Plain Paper is selected for Media Type, the print result may become faint. In that case, change the Media Type and print.


    • The displayed paper sizes and media types vary depending on your printer.
    • For the types of third party paper supported by PRO-1000 and PRO-500 series printers, refer to Art Paper Printing Guide. Art Paper Printing Guide can be downloaded from our website.
    • Available paper sources and print quality vary depending on your printer and paper.
    • For Print Settings on the General Settings tab, see General Settings Tab (Print Settings).
  5. In Layout on the General Settings tab, set the layout you want to use.


  6. Load paper.

  7. Click Print.

    A message appears.

  8. Click OK.

    The Print dialog appears.

  9. Click Print.



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