Free Pronouns Wall Poster

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This free pronouns wall poster includes a PDF file that is setup to use 6 sheets of A3 paper. After printing and piecing it together it measures just about 83 x 67cm (~33 x 26in).

Tips for setting up this free pronouns wall poster:

Cutting and Piecing Together

Most printers/copiers have at least some sort of margin when printing, so you’ll need to cut off the white space at the edges of your printed pages before fitting them together. I’d suggest starting at the middle and working your way out on both sides so you don’t end up with a lot of misaligned print. Also, you don’t need to cut off the margins of all the sides of every page, only the page that will be overlapping.

Printing Overlap

There is approximately 2cm of overlap printed on each page.  This allows you to have a buffer for fitting the pages together smoothly.

Caution

Depending on your printer or copier the content on each page may not be printed at true 90 degree angles.  This may cause the lines to not line up exactly.  I use a black marker to go through and “touch up” borders to make it look better. Also, although the accuracy of this map is probably suitable to your needs, it would not hold up to the standards of a serious cartographer.

Description

This free pronouns wall poster includes a PDF file that is setup to use 6 sheets of A3 paper. After printing and piecing it together it measures just about 83 x 67cm (~33 x 26in).

Tips for setting up this free pronouns wall poster:

Cutting and Piecing Together

Most printers/copiers have at least some sort of margin when printing, so you’ll need to cut off the white space at the edges of your printed pages before fitting them together. I’d suggest starting at the middle and working your way out on both sides so you don’t end up with a lot of misaligned print. Also, you don’t need to cut off the margins of all the sides of every page, only the page that will be overlapping.

Printing Overlap

There is approximately 2cm of overlap printed on each page.  This allows you to have a buffer for fitting the pages together smoothly.

Caution

Depending on your printer or copier the content on each page may not be printed at true 90 degree angles.  This may cause the lines to not line up exactly.  I use a black marker to go through and “touch up” borders to make it look better. Also, although the accuracy of this map is probably suitable to your needs, it would not hold up to the standards of a serious cartographer.