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    Default tile printing

    dose any one know how to print like this??? need some help


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    If your print dialogue box doesn't have an option to tile print you'll have to cut it all up and print separately.

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    Ah! Try using Illustrator and in the print box goto Setup then select tile full pages.

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    First you need some loose fitting pants and then a belt... but don't pull it tight. Then your underwear will show just like that. And that's how you do it just like that.

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    Print a PDF out of Illustrator and select the appropriate tiling options.

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    Quote Originally Posted by squeegeethree View Post
    First you need some loose fitting pants and then a belt... but don't pull it tight. Then your underwear will show just like that. And that's how you do it just like that.
    when the crack gets exposed it's known as a 'rinky saab'.


    Carry on with tile printing, that is all
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    Quote Originally Posted by Andymac View Post
    when the crack gets exposed it's known as a 'rinky saab'.


    Carry on with tile printing, that is all
    You need lots of cracks when tiling.

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    Have you heard of the rasterbator? I think you can only tile on 8.5" x 11" paper. Hopefully this helps: rasterbator.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jono View Post
    Ah! Try using Illustrator and in the print box goto Setup then select tile full pages.
    You want to select "imageable areas" not "full page" otherwise you will get white gaps around each page because you are telling it that your printer can print full bleed... with imeagable areas it accounts for your printers print area

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    thanks dspring but on yours it says over lap i cant find that on mine or find out out to make a border around the art work so it will be easer to tape together. i never used illustrator. i think i should start

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