C. R. Tucker
|Posted on Monday, July 08, 2002 - 7:49 pm: |
How can I print a panorama over more than one page? (i.e. print the photo with no white space margins so several pages can be used to show the photo)
|Posted on Monday, July 08, 2002 - 10:41 pm: |
The ability to print edge to edge (full bleed) is a function that only a few printers provide. You would need to consult the manual that came with your printer to learn whether this is possible and how to set up your printer. If the manual does not address this issue, I suggest you contact the manufacturer.
Unfortunately, I am not familiar with all printers and I cannot give advice on most of them. My budget does not permit me to purchase one of each printer, although that might be fun!
The Panorama Factory does provide a method for printing on cut sheet paper with registration marks to help you cut-and-paste them together. This method is described in the help page for the Page Setup dialog box in the section titled "Multi-page printing."
Some printers make it possible to print on continuous paper. This is called "banner printing." For more information about banner printing with The Panorama Factory, read the FAQ pages Banner Panorama, Photo Banner Printing and the Tips page Panoramas on Roll Paper & Epson 1270.