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I have a poster I would like to print. It is far larger than a single sheet of paper that can fit in my printer. What is a program that I can use to print it out on separate sheets of paper (to assemble later)?

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Install posterazor Install posterazor it will be suitable for you.After installation you can see posterazor under Applications>>Graphics>>PosteRazor.

Using posterazor:

  • Step 1: Import your poster
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  • Step 2: You can see the size of the imported image here.
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  • Step 3: Enter dimensions and borders alt text
  • Step 4: Enter the overlapping value alt text
  • Step 5: Define the final poster size for multiple sheets.
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  • Step 6: Save the poster.
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  • Now you will get all the splitted images in PDF format.
  • Print the image and integrate it.
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That's a nifty program! This does exactly what I wanted. Thanks :) – David Oneill Dec 24 '10 at 18:10
You are welcome :) – karthick87 Dec 24 '10 at 18:12
It seems that it doesn't handle PDFs – alfC Oct 8 '15 at 1:37

Try using scribus. Its for DTP (Desktop Publishing) only. You will get help here also initial issues of fullcirclemagazine has good tutorial for scribus.

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