Photo Help - Printing Collage Prints from Your iPad


Printing Collage Prints from Your iPad

Published 05/01/2017 10:23 AM   |    Updated 05/01/2017 10:23 AM

Once you've downloaded the Walgreens iPad App, you can easily print collage prints using your iPad.

  1. Enter the Walgreens App.
  2. Click on the Photo icon.
  3. Click on Collage Prints.
  4. Select the layout you would like to print.
    NOTE: You can choose a vertical, square, or horizontal layout by using the slider bar at the bottom of the page.
  5. Click a box with a gray + sign to add a photo to the collage.
  6. Choose the location of the image you would like to use. You can select from Device, Facebook, Walgreens, Google Photos, or Dropbox.
  7. Select the image you would like to use. Your image is now placed on the collage.
  8. Repeat steps 5-8 for every empty photo spot on the collage.
  9. Once all spots are filled, click Next.
  10. You can add a border to the collage by clicking Border at the top right of the page.
  11. Select the border color by sliding the bars next to the red, green, and blue dots.
  12. Once you have selected the color of your border, click Next.
  13. Click Next to send your order to a store for processing.
  14. Select the quantity you would like to order using the drop down menu.
  15. Enter a promotional code if you have one.
  16. Click Next.
  17. Your device will automatically display those locations that are closest to you. Tap the location you want to select. If you would like to search for a different store, enter your search information in the search box and then click on the store you would like to send your order to.
  18. Enter your first name, last name, phone number, email address.
  19. Slide the indicator to the left if you do not want to receive information from Walgreens.
  20. Slide the indicator to the right to accept the Terms & Conditions.
  21. Click Submit when you are ready to place your order.

NOTE: When taking pictures using the front facing camera on an iPad, the resolution will be extremely low, and it is advised that you do not print above a 4x6 print. Pictures that are taken with the back facing camera will produce high resolution images that can be used to print any size up to a 24x36.

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