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I own a delivery company and would like to print a giant banner of my city, so that delivery people know how much they will receive for each delivery, could someone help me? How can I create an image file with the map in high resolution for printing?

asked 28 Aug '21, 23:06

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(31 Aug '21, 04:46) az09

The usual jumping off point for printed maps is this page on the wiki.

There are a variety of options depending on how you want to handle this and what software you prefer to work in. I would assume for something that big it would be best to go with something vector based, but this may depend on how close your delivery people will be looking at it.

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answered 30 Aug '21, 02:54

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