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Saving oversized project that your printer doesn't support - 12/16/2010 8:57:46 PM   
Nado Mom

 

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How do you save your project as a size your printer doesn't support. I want ot make a 11X17 poster to print on another printer. My print doesnt support 11X17. How do I select that size to save to?

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RE: Saving oversized project that your printer doesn't ... - 12/16/2010 9:19:20 PM   
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...My print doesnt support 11X17. How do I select that size to save to?

Change your printer driver to a PDF printer. In the PDF printer settings, change the paper size to "tabloid" or 11x17. Save your project as PDF.

Even simpler, save your project as a high resolution JPG. This JPG can be opened on other computers and resized to print onto 11x17 paper.

Note: You should create your design with the same aspect ratio as 11:17. e.g. 5.5:8.5

< Message edited by ellengard -- 12/16/2010 9:20:34 PM >


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