Canon Easy-Layout Editor: Tiling/Poster

Article ID: ART180426 | Date published: 09/21/2021 | Date last updated: 09/21/2021


This article provides information on the Tiling/Poster function of Easy-Layout Editor.



A single page of images can be divided and printed on multiple sheets of paper.

  1. Start Easy-Layout Editor.

  2. Input the data you want to print.

  3. Select Tiling/Poster.

    The layout selection screen will be displayed.


    The paper is printed in an overlaid format with no gaps between them.


    Separate the paper when printing. Images in the gap area will not be printed.

  4. Click Next.

    The editing screen will be displayed.

    Editing screen

    A: Erase Margin

    Crop the data by deleting the margins set in the application software you are using.

    B: Fit

    The image will be contained within the paper. Margins may appear depending on the paper size in order to maintain the aspect ratio of the image.

    C: Fit (No margins)

    Arrange the images on the paper without leaving any space. The image may be cut off depending on the paper size in order to maintain the aspect ratio of the image.

    D: Select Image

    Select an image arranged within the paper.

    E: Orientation

    Selects the printing orientation.

    F: Divisions (vert.) / Divisions (horiz.)

    Sets the number of divisions you want for the image.

  5. To check if the image is cut off, click Select Image (D), and check the area where the image is cut off (the transparent area).

    Select Image will allow you to check if an image is cut off (transparent area)

    If you want to change the area range of the image, use Orientation (E) or Divisions (vert.) / Divisions (horiz.) (F) to change the print orientation or the number of divisions, or drag the arranged images.

  6. Click Next.

    Configure print-related settings as desired.

  7. Click Print.

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