Print a large poster by dividing the image in smaller pieces with PosteRazor for Mac

Cut an image in separate parts in order to print and assemble a large poster.

Need to print a large poster but you don't have the right printer to do it? PosteRazor for Mac guides you through five quick and easy steps in order to cut the image into several parts and then print them as a multipage PDF file with your normal A4 printer.

This free program comes as a 1.2 MB file. The installation was easy and rather quick. During our testing PosteRazor for Mac seemed stable and didn't crash. The interface is very simple and wizard-like, making it easy for new users to get started. In the settings, you can choose between different languages and different units of length to work with. The program guides you through five easy steps: loading your image, defining the paper format, defining image overlapping for each page, choosing the size for your poster, and finally launching and saving the multipage PDF file so you can print it right away or save for later. The program supports many well-known formats including .bmp, .gif, .jpeg, .psd, .png, .tiff, and so forth. Essentially, the program does just one thing, but it does it well and in a very simple and quick way.

With its simple features, PosteRazor for Mac could be a helpful tool for anyone who needs to print large images quickly, without much hassle or prior knowledge of print.

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