Use Write Templates To File / Read Templates From File procedure to make your own Print Templates.
To edit the file open in Notepad program (or in your other favorite text editor), make editions, and save it.
NOTE: if you are using some complex text editor like Word, please be sure to save the file in “plain text”/”.txt” format.
In the beginning of the file there is an explanation section with commentaries that you may use for reference. Most of the parameters are self explanatory.
#--- Printer Template --- //Template Starts Marker
#Template Name:<Name> // Name of Template to show in menu
#Rows:<NNN> // Picture Rows
#Columns:<NNN> // Picture Columns
#Image Copies:<NNN> // Default nomber of image copies
#DPI:<NNN> // DPI number
#Units:<SS> // Units name: Valid values: PX = Pixels; IN = Inches; MM = millimeters; CM = centimeters
#Page Width:<NNN.NN> // Page Width in selected units
#Page Height:<NNN.NN> // Page Height in selected units
#Sideways:N // Rotate 90 to print sideways: 0 - as is; 1 - rotate 90
#Image Width:<NNN.NN> // One Image Width in selected units
#Image Height:<NNN.NN> // One Image Height in selected units
#Margin Top:<NNN.NN> // Margin Top in selected units
#Margin Right:<NNN.NN> // Margin Right in selected units
#Margin Bottom:<NNN.NN> // Margin Bottom in selected units
#Margin Left:<NNN.NN> // Margin Left in selected units
#Gap Vertical:<NNN.NN> // Vertical Gap between columns in selected units
#Gap Horizontal:<NNN.NN> // Horizontal Gap between rows in selected units
#Bleed:<NNN.NN> // Bleed Guides in selected units
#PrintFileNames:<N> // Overprint file names: 0 - don't print; 1 - print
Here is an example of 2 x 4 template:
In genera a Print Template is a kind of table with number of columns and rows. Below is a text for that template