I have been using TurboPrint's GraphicsPublisher program for the first time in a while on my Classic 'miggy to print A2 posters made up of A4 printouts. I am encountering a problem whereby I am not getting full coverage of the image even though a 3 x 3 A4 grid (9 pages total) should be enough! It prints the central section ok but then there is a gap between the end of the central sheets and the edge sheets. I have then been switching to a 2 x 3 grid to print the side sections which then gives me the missing areas but results in a massive overlap and wasted ink.
Have I forgotten something obvious? Should I switch to portrait rather than landscape even though the image has been designed for landscape? It doesn't seem to make any difference but maybe a 4 x 3 A4 grid in portrait would do the job?
I don't remember encountering this problem before so maybe I was using my 030 machine rather than this 060 RTG enabled A4000T. Any ideas? I'm using OS3.9 with BB 1 & 2 if that matters.
Last edited by BigD on 04-May-2020 at 10:18 AM. Last edited by BigD on 04-May-2020 at 10:15 AM.
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Re: TurboPrint 7.6 Poster Printing Problem Posted on 4-May-2020 10:41:25