I’ve been asked quite a few times recently how to take one layout and have multiples of it on a single page when printing. In other words, if you have an invitation that’s 4″ wide by 6″ tall, you’d want to fit two of them on an A4 or 8.5″x11″ sheet of paper instead of just one. This is an especially great idea for anyone who sells digital printables through etsy, or delivers digital printables to clients which are editable/customizable in Adobe Reader, like in this tutorial I created awhile back. If you’ve ever wondered what the quickest way of doing this in Illustrator is (with trim marks included so you get the exact size you need), here’s the answer πŸ™‚

How to Print Multiple Layouts on One Page


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  • Your tuts are simply awesome! I am so grateful for you. You’ve taken the mystery & guesswork out of so much! Thank you.

  • Brilliant, as usual! I am ashamed to tell you how much time I spent trying to figure this out on my own. I should have just asked you to begin with ; )

    So helpful! Thanks, Teela.

  • Thanks (as ever) Teela! I echo all of the above comments – so unbelievably helpful πŸ™‚

  • Any chance you could share how to do this in Photoshop, for us non-Illustrator users?

  • Thank you! I’m trying to do printables for ETSY and was trying to figure out this problem last night. You just saved me hours of work! Thanks also for the editable PDF tutorial. A game changer for me!

  • This is just awesome, thanks so much for sharing Teela! Who knew it was so easy and straightforward?! πŸ™‚


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