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Print a large image

Print a large image

Print a large image

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Using PSP X.  How can I get a very large image to print across multiple sheets of paper?

RE: Print a large image

Although you could cut the image up into separate pieces and print each one on a separate sheet, printing an image across multiple sheets is usually a feature supplied by your printer driver. Click the "Properties" button on the PSP print dialogue box, and look through the options there. It might be called something like "Multipage", "Poster" or "N-up" printing.
Otherwise there are applications that will split an image into multiple pages. Some free ones are:-
The Rasterbator (http://homokaasu.org/rasterbator/) which has both online and downloadable versions.
Posteriza (http://www.posteriza.com/es/index.php?lang=en_US)
PosteRazor (http://posterazor.sourceforge.net/).

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