This page should be loaded using the Diagrams to PDF buttons on calculator pages, to display and convert diagrams to large scale PDFs.
Create PDF documents to print template images at 100% scale
Hit the button (top of page) to create a multiple page PDF document containing all visible diagram images on this page.
To create a PDF document with a single diagram image, hit the number button below and to the right of the image.
Select 'Horizontaly Center Images' to center image on page.
Left click any individual image to remove it from the page.
Reload (refresh) page to reinstate removed images.
For larger diagram images, select a suitable page size from the PDF Page Size dropdown, and set page orientation to best fit diagrams.
If your printer crops the image when printed, select a smaller Top and or Left Margin.
If the image still wont fit, you'll need a larger page size.
Send large PDF page size files to a print shop for plan printing or Poster Print (as below) over multiple pages.
Mouse over images for dimensions and set page size to fit.
How to Print a Large PDF (Template Image) over Multiple Pages - Poster Print
The easiest way to print a large PDF (at full scale) over multiple pages is with the free Adobe Acrobat ReaderGet Adobe Reader(Check if you need the 'Optional offers' before installing)
After you've created and saved the large PDF as above, open the PDF in Adobe Reader (look in your 'Downloads' folder).
Make sure the entire template image is visible in Adobe Reader (scroll to check). If it's not, make sure you selected a large enough PDF Page Size when creating the PDF (as above).
Now select Print from Adobe Readers File menu. In the dialog that appears, select the Poster button.
Set 'Tile Scale' at 100% and set Overlap if you want the assembled pages to overlap for easy gluing/taping for assembly.
The print preview in the dialog shows the entire assembled image with lines overlayed to show how the individual pages fit together.
When this preview looks correct, hit 'Print' to print all the pages and assemble to form the single large image.