Sidewayskiwi
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Some plans just don't seem to tile and print well for me
RCPOWERS great every time
This one (X32 -- sorry guys) normal tiled format way out so used full PDF and tiled it with my printer improvement -- sort of
Any you guys have similar issues
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bogusbandit56
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Some plans just don't seem to tile and print well for me
RCPOWERS great every time
This one (X32 -- sorry guys) normal tiled format way out so used full PDF and tiled it with my printer improvement -- sort of
Any you guys have similar issues

Never had a problem with printing out tiles, but certainly had some gluing them together.
Wot, no Depron?
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Sidewayskiwi
Some are also a better use of paper too
(Some have a lot of wastage)
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Sidewayskiwi
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Never had a problem with printing out tiles, but certainly had some gluing them together.

Ain't that the truth
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Grantman
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Some are also a better use of paper too
(Some have a lot of wastage)

I've never had luck with other peoples tiling, always let Adobe do it from full-sheet plans.
In Adobe go to Edit > Take a Snapshot. This allows you to print only the parts of the plan you need or crop the whole image right down to the parts to save paper. Choosing "no alignment marks" will save a few pages as well.
I've also found the the better your printer, the better your tiles will align.
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Sidewayskiwi
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I've never had luck with other peoples tiling, always let Adobe do it from full-sheet plans.
In Adobe go to Edit > Take a Snapshot. This allows you to print only the parts of the plan you need or crop the whole image right down to the parts to save paper. Choosing "no alignment marks" will save a few pages as well.
I've also found the the better your printer, the better your tiles will align.

Yea true
Found a silly thing the paper guides weren't up against the paper allowing it to not go through straight
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