Make PDF with partial images

  1. Download and install any virtual PDF printer (like Bullzip PDF Printer or doPDF)
  2. Select installed PDF printer as default.
  3. Download free PosterIt! application, install and run it.
  4. Load your image from file, drag it from explorer or paste it from clipboard.
  5. Choose "Print size" mode.
  6. Choose size units.
  7. (a) Set size of your print for "Inch", "Cm" or "Mm" units.
    1. Enter width and height. If "Keep aspect ratio" is checked then during entering value other value is automatically updated.
    2. Choose page orientation. If "Optimal" is selected, orientation selected automatically to minimize number of pages.
  1. (b) Set size of your print for "Sheet" units.
    1. Enter "Sheets" value.
    2. Choose "Wide" of "Height".
    3. If you need additional margins for gluing, select "Top left" or "Bottom right". This adds 10 mm (~2/5") on appropriate sides. The "None" option turns off additional margins.
    4. Choose page orientation. "Optimal" options is not applicable in this mode.
  1. If you need additional margins for gluing, select "Top left" or "Bottom right". This adds 10 mm (~2/5") on appropriate sides. The "None" option turns off additional margins.
  2. Press "Print" button.
  3. Virtual PDF printer will save multipage PDF file with partial images.
You can see example, saved with the followed parameters:
  • Mode: "Print size"
  • Units: "Sheet"
  • Sheets: 3, "Wide"
  • Margins for glue: "Bottom right"
  • Page orientation: "Landscape"
  • Image: my son when he was 2 :)