How to put captions on photos for free

Dec 18, 2008 By Ed Schwartz

Q. Are there any free download programs that will allow me to put captions on photos and have the caption on each when I print them? I have tried Picasa II and HP Photo Gallery. But neither allows the caption to appear with the photo when printed on the printer.



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glueandglitter
2.5 / 5 (2) Dec 18, 2008
You can upload photos to Flickr (flickr.com) and edit them in Picnik to add text and even do other editing. You can also just use Picnik on its own (www.picnik.com/). I'm pretty sure that's all free.