|"Poster Printer” works with your existing printer to allow you to print documents at a much larger size than would fit on a single printed page||Latest
||Has Been Tested On
||Windows 2000, XP
|Should Work On
(check back as additional testing data becomes available)
|Windows NT 4.0, Server 2003
|Planned, not yet
||Windows 95, 98, ME
||GPL (free software)
|Where To Download
||Temporary -- this is a free file hosting service, you will have to go through some ads to get it, sorry.|
|https://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=172256 A better download system (recently uploaded, may not yet be available here)..|
||Michael H. Overlin
||At the development site: https://sourceforge.net/tracker/?group_id=172256|
|Option B: email@example.com|
-- Other web site locations for the software may be changed, but
this one should stay fixed and available.
I use my word processor to make a normal one page document. (see #5 below)
I print the document to my "Poster Printer", use the selection tool to select just the text and graphics for my "for sale" sign from the printed document image (further explained in the "Dolphins In Space" example), and then enlage as shown
In Space" example.
for capturing images from any document you can print
The selection tool allows you to frame any rectangular region from the image of a printed document page and then save it as a bitmap. I used this capability in making my mock "motorcycle for sale" sign shown in #1 above.