Reference Guide


Various Printing Options

Poster Printing

Driver settings for Windows

Poster printing allows you to print poster-size images by enlarging one page to cover several sheets of paper.

  • This feature is not available with Mac OS X.
  • This feature is not available when selecting the Borderless check box on the Main menu (Windows) or in the Page Setup dialog box (Macintosh).

Driver settings for Windows

Access the printer driver.
Accessing the Printer Software for Windows

Click the Main tab, then make the Quality Option setting. See the following section for details on the Quality Option settings.
See Quality Option

Select Sheet as the Source setting.

Make the appropriate Type setting.
Media Type Settings

Make the appropriate Size setting.

Select Portrait (tall) or Landscape (wide) to change the orientation of your printout.

Click the Page Layout tab and select Multi-Page, then select Poster Printing. Click the up or down arrow to select 2x2, 3x3, or 4x4.

Click Settings to adjust the way your poster will print. The Poster Settings dialog box opens.

Make the following settings.

Print Cutting Guides

Select this check box to turn the cutting guide options on.

Overlapping Alignment Marks

Slightly overlaps the panels and prints alignment markers so that the panels can be aligned more precisely.

Trim Lines

Prints border lines on the panels to guide you when trimming the pages.

If you want to print only a few of the panels without printing the entire poster, click the panels that you do not wish to print.

Click OK to close the Poster Settings dialog box.

After finishing all of the steps above, start printing.



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