Poster Creation Tips
- Design your poster with the height OR width dimension equal to 36 or 42 inches. This will match the width of the available paper roll media and enable us to print a poster that will not require trimming.
- Leave approximately 0.5 inches of white space between your content and the edges of the poster. The printer will use this space as the margin.
- Create your poster using a presentation or graphics program; Powerpoint is a popular choice. Make sure that you set the slide size to match your design dimensions. If you use Powerpoint and need to create a poster with a dimension larger than 56 inches (the maximum allowed in Powerpoint), you will need to create the poster at a smaller size and we can scale to your target dimensions when we print. Be sure to adjust the scale so that you maintain the same aspect ratio (height to width) in order for scaling to occur without distortion.
- Save your document in PDF format for best results. To do this from Powerpoint, use the Save As option and change the File Type to PDF. This should retain your page size settings but you should verify this by checking the Page Size in the output PDF File - Properties window.