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[*] Post 445534 posted on 6-10-2011 at 14:33 Reply With Quote
Printing A3 Docs on A4 Paper



Hi, I used to use PrintArtist to produce posters etc, and if I wanted to produce an A3 or even A2 poster on my A4 printer it would automatically tile the poster into 2 or 4 pieces so that they lined up perfectly to make the final product.

Due to compatability issues, I can no longer go down this route. I do have an A3 printer, but it is a pain to use for several reasons.

I am using an Epson Stylus Photo R220 or summat like that as my A4 printer.

Does anyone know a bit of software that would allow me to produce some simple posters, let me inport clipart / cartoons, and have this auto tiling feature? Free would be good, but am willing to splash out a little. ( generous sod that I am. :( )

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[*] Post 445537 posted on 6-10-2011 at 14:37 Reply With Quote


I would recommend Adobe Photoshop Elements, hands down.

Not only will it let you do what you want, it can do stuff that will allow you to do even more.

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[*] Post 445538 posted on 6-10-2011 at 14:53 Reply With Quote


Of course, if you're feeling really generous, you could spring for the entire Adobe Creative Suite.

Only about $700 US.

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