Print a single PDF page using multiple sheets of paper to create large banners and posters. Drag and drop PDF files onto the workspace, and then use the toolbar to easily add and subtract rows and columns to customize your layout.
PDF pages are autocentered and autoscaled as rows and columns are added and removed. With one click, documents can optionally be formatted at actual size, for use with scaled drawings.
Each sheet of paper is displayed on screen, outlined in light gray, to readily indicate how many will be needed for printing.
Excellent for creating business presentation, classroom, advertising and special event materials.
Detailed tutorials are available on the support website.
Remembers previously selected printer. Minor bug fixes.
Ratings and Reviews
Great Program—a one function wonder!
I needed to print a banner for an art show. I did the google search like others who have commented and this app showed up. It is perfect. Not much more to say. If you want to print a long paper banner and tape the pages together, this is the app to get. A bargain!!!!! Nice to see a bit of software that does what it claims to do and does it elegantly!!!
Needs support for borderless
I haven't been able to print across multiple pages while keeping the prints borderless even though the printer supports it. This was the reason I purchased the app. Hopefully it's a feature that can be added or I can be directed on how to do this.
Googling “printing banners on mac” led me to an Apple Discussion that led me here. When trying to find a banner print solution for the layman that let me print on normal letter-size sheets with a normal non-seamless printer then cut off the margin on one side of each page and tape it all together, this does the trick. The result is crisp text, no matter how large you make it. Just read the (brief) tutorial on their website so you know exactly what to do - it only takes two minutes, and once done it took me less than 30 seconds to get my 8-page banner set up exactly as I wanted.
(Or if you can’t be bothered to read the tutorial, 1) go to Page Setup and select your specific printer so it can figure out the margins for you, 2) drag a PDF of your banner into the window - the Save as PDF... option in the Print window of any mac app will provide one - and 3) press the Add Column button a bunch for a horizontal banner.)
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.