Image Grid - place multiple images on a single canvas

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Image Grid 1.1

"Place multiple pictures on a single canvas."


Image Grid screenshot


Download ImageGrid.exe (833 kB)

System requirements

  • Windows 2000, XP, Vista, or 7
  • Pentium or compatible; 256MB memory
  • Mouse, truecolor display

How to use Image Grid?

After downloading and starting the tool, drag and drop image files (.jpg and .png) on the application window or use the "Add image" button to add one or more images.

The application places the images on a single canvas and tries to equalize the number of columns and rows while also filling all rows. If you are not happy with the number of columns, repeatedly click the "Rearrange" button.

The "Erase all" button removes all images from the canvas.

When all images are added and you are happy with the layout, click the "Save" button to save the canvas as a single image (.jpg or .png).


Image Grid is free to use for any legal purpose. Author is not responsible for any damage caused by improper usage or an error in the tool.

Donations are welcome!

Recent comments

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user icon The Muffin Man registered user on February 22nd 2017

Can you add a feature to add .gifs?

user icon Anonymous on February 24th 2017

great!Thank you.

user icon Anonymous on April 5th 2017

Nice , thanks! 8-)

user icon Anonymous on May 8th 2017

Is there a program like this that then saves all images SEPERATLY back to the original ones

user icon Anonymous on June 3rd 2017

It lowers resolution when images are big size. Anyway to leave them same size and just merge toguether with no quality loss?

user icon Vlasta site administrator on June 8th 2017

It should only adjust size if the source image have different sizes.

user icon Anonymous on September 11th 2017

How do I change the sequence, or positioning of the added photos (ie I want #3 to move to #6 and vice versa)?

user icon John Smith registered user on March 9th

Great tool, thank you! I wish there were advanced margin options though (i.e. specifying top/bottom/left/right margins separately)...

user icon Anonymous on May 15th

it was a bit confusing but over all good ;-)

user icon Anonymous on December 10th

This software made my life!! Thank you!

user icon Anonymous
What about ICL files?
I wish there were...
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