Re: Picture Printing Problem
Printing is an art all in itself and the cause of much frustration and cursing of photographers around the planet.
The easiest and most efficient way to print photos is through Photoshop. Do you have it? I think PaintShop Pro has similar functions as well but I rarely use it so I'm not sure.
The tool you need to use is called the Crop Tool. Set it to your desired image size, ie: 4x6, 6x9, 8x10 etc etc and then set the dpi to 300. You'll get a lot of different suggestions on dpi but 300 is a "safe" number. Sometimes, 150-250 works just as well.
If everything is looking pixelated or digitized you probably tried to print and image at 72dpi which will give you nothing but crap.