A picture index is group of small thumbnails arranged in a grid. You might create a picture index, for example, if you are making a cover or booklet for a disc that contains photos. Adding a picture index to the cover is a great way to see at a glance which photos are on the disc.
1 In the Add Objects area click Add Picture Index.
2 Click Add to add images to the index.To select more than one file, press and hold the Ctrl key while you select the image files.
4 Click Open.Note: You can also select and drag files and folders from another application into the Image List area. If the file is not a supported file type, Label Creator will not allow you to drop it into the Image List area.
5 Optional: You can remove an image file from the list by selecting it then clicking Remove, or remove all the images by clicking Remove All.
6 Optional: To reposition a image file in the list, select the image file and click Move Up or Move Down once to move it one position, or continue clicking until it is in the position you want. You can also select more than one image and reposition the group.
Rows: Sets the number of rows.
Columns: Sets the number of columns.
Thumbnail Spacing: Sets the number of pixels between the images.
8 Click OK.The Picture Index object is resized, the number of rows and columns remain the same, and the thumbnails increase or decrease in size to match the new object size.The Picture Index object is resized, the number of rows remain the same, and the number of columns increase or decrease to match the new object size.
The Picture Index object is resized, the number of columns remain the same, and the number of rows increase or decrease to match the new object size.Note: When you drag the top or bottom handle, the object must be resized large enough to add a new row or column—an outline of the of the images shows when the resizing will add new rows or columns.