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I'd like to print out 6 images in a single page. How can I do this using map composition tools in ENVI (6 images are year-to-year dynamic images with the same size and the same geo-referencing)?

Thanks all

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I would avoid any cartography whatsoever in ENVI and opt for a GIS such as ArcGIS or QGIS. – Aaron Aug 16 '14 at 21:08

Not really a direct answer but this is what I did when I had the same requirement - six temporal images had to come in one page. I had around 30 then.

I exported every image as high quality PNG images and later pasted them onto LibreOffice (you can paste them onto MS Word or any word processor) document - six per page and printed it.

I was using GRASS GIS and Quantum GIS then.

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Hope this helps you.You could do it also in Erdas Imagine

http://geol.hu/data/online_help/ImageMosaicking.html

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The OP was not asking about mosaicking. They want to print 6 images of the same location on one page to show changes over the years. – Fezter Feb 20 '13 at 0:15
    
Mosaicking can stitch together neighboring images, but is not applicable (and maybe not even possible) when the images are co-located ("year-to-year dynamic images with ... the same geo-referencing"). – Erica Dec 25 '15 at 14:46

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