By Mindcad LLC
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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 toolbar buttons to add and subtract rows and columns. PDF pages are autocentered and autoscaled as rows and columns are added and removed.
What's New in Version 3.3
Auto-configuration for printing actual size.
Option to use a conservative safe zone for use with incompatible printers that report an incorrect printable area.
Improved configuration panel and toolbar button management.
Link to website tutorials from Help menu.
This Is Exactly What I Was Looking For
I was looking to make a quick banner sign for my shop. I wanted the size to be 8 1/2 inches by 8 feet. I went into Adobe Indesign and created a page 8 1/2" x 96" banner. Typed out what I wanted in the space, and saved it as a PDF. I then opened up Mindcap Tiler, chose the printer, dragged in the pdf file, adjusted the orientation to landscape, added columns until the banner looked right, set the print to overlap pages, and clicked the print button. It printed perfectly. Absolutely simple like software should be. Saved me a whole bunch of time. A simple app that does exactly what it says it does.
I have spent over 5hrs altogether just looking for a program on my Mac that I could use to print a banner for my Dad's retirement party! Just a simple banner! Researching printmaster, print shop, pages, swift publisher, adobe elements...downloading so many software trials. I dont have time to ORDER the printmaster and print shop (only software I found that FOR sure allowed you to print banners)...so I found this program and LOVE It!! SO easy and fun...you can turn ANYthing into a printable banner!! Thank you thank you thank you! I printed 3 banners out :)
Exactly as advertised
This was a perfect purchase. Like others, I needed to print a quick poster. I easily created the poster in another application, used the built-in ability to save as a PDF, dragged the PDF to Mindcad Tiler, and voila - I printed a multi-page poster, on exactly the number of pieces of paper I wanted. It really could be easier. This was exactly what I was looking for. Thank you!
Note to the developer: It’d be great if the amount of overlap between printed pages could be adjusted.