I'm a student and I had to print a poster that was 6xA3. I choose to do a landscape layout. For those who need memory refreshed this is horizontal length longer than the vertical length. 6 sheets of A3 creates more of a panoramic view yes. Well I went to print my poster and they said that the sizes were wrong.
All I done was checked the size of A3 which is in the print setup of most graphic packages. 3 x The Longest Side to find the width of my poster and 2 x The Shortest Side of 1 sheet of A3 paper to find the height of my poster. This is in mm and I used an online program which converts sizes to pixels.
Can someone please tell me the width and length of 3 A3 sheets of paper wide and 2 high.
Do it both ways. Each sheet portrait position then each landscape position. I need to know where I went wrong.
Please show the calculations so I know what numbers your going by. Thanks very much.
I put the sizes into graphics package which creates an area the size of the real thing. Large area to work on but how else do you do it.