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How to Easily Print a Large Image to Multiple Pages in Windows | Scottie’s Tech.Info

Posted by jpluimers on 2017/09/04

Many applications cannot not do that (Paint.net is one of them), but Paint can at least in Windows XP, 7, 8. and 8.1 (I need to check other Windows versions).:

In any case, here’s what you do:

  1. Open the image you’d like to print in Paint
  2. Select: Print -> Page Setup (Vista and 7), or File -> Page Setup (in XP)
  3. Under Scaling, select Fit to and change the setting to something like “3 by 2 page(s)”
  4. Click OK
  5. Print the image from Paint, and make sure to select “All Pages”

Source: How to Easily Print a Large Image to Multiple Pages in Windows | Scottie’s Tech.Info [WayBack]

Note the “3 by 2” has the order “horizontal by vertical”.

–jeroen

2 Responses to “How to Easily Print a Large Image to Multiple Pages in Windows | Scottie’s Tech.Info”

  1. Michael said

    Scottie,

    This is a question based on your excellent video about different types of connectors between computers and monitors.

    I am trying to connect and a Lenovo T530 which has I believe a plain old fashion VGA and a mini display port to a dell 2415 monitor which has just about every kind of connector there is. My computer does not have an HDMI port

    I called Dell and they recommended I get a mini display port to mini display port cable, which I have ordered.

    Is there advice correct and are there any “watch-outs and “I should be aware of?

    Thank you so much. Michael Sirota

    Dadorphan@aol.com

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