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« Reply #30 on: April 19, 2011, 09:47:11 PM »

So you guys helped me out with the last one I thought I'd ask another.

I am looking to take an image, say 66" long and print it out over three 22" sheets.  I want the image to go full bleed on each without changing any sizes so that when placed end to end the images combine to form the single image.

Can this be done with QI?

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« Reply #31 on: April 19, 2011, 10:03:58 PM »

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I am looking to take an image, say 66" long and print it out over three 22" sheets.  I want the image to go full bleed on each without changing any sizes so that when placed end to end the images combine to form the single image.

Can this be done with QI?

Yes, of course. It is called Poster printing.
The easiest way is to ask you to click HELP, then CONTENTS,  QIMAGE LEARNING TOOLS, LEARN BY EXAMPLE, Then see example 5 and or 6. Whichever fits your needs better.

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« Reply #32 on: June 03, 2011, 06:45:24 PM »

Hey guys,  Been working with Mike on a couple issues between yesterday and today.  He has been able to get me through everything.  I am now ready to print my image which is 17" x 660"  (52 feet).  I have the thing set up for roll paper banner mode.  It gives me the warning that it will require more than one "page" which we already know.  The only thing now is that a 1/4" border appears long the bottom.  Page size is set to the maximum length of 590" and the max size of 17" (Epson 4880).  I have made the print size 18" x 661" as suggested earlier in this thread.

Why is that border still there?
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