Once you have selected print you will be in the Print Setup page. From here you select whether you want to use a new or existing frame. 

Please note if you have purchased a frame you can use this exact frame to print different iterations of a map at no further cost for 12 months. 

Once your selection is made you will be able to adjust your frame area.  You can move the frame around by clicking on the centre point and dragging around. If you want to change the size of the print frame box you can drag the corner boxes in or out.

You can also select your Paper Size, Scale and Base Map then click on Customise Print.

You will then be presented with the Customise Screen

To the left of the screen are all of the customise options.

Header: Click on the + next to Header. Type in your Header Text. On the Print Preview choose the Insert location on the Print. Note – you have to choose your insert location before proceeding on to the next step.

Footer: Click on the + next to Footer. Type in your Footer Text. On the Print Preview choose the Insert location on the Print. Note – you have to choose your insert location before proceeding on to the next step.

Legend: Click on the + next to Legend. On the Print Preview choose the Insert location on the Print. If you would like to use a custom legend please see this guidance. Note – you have to choose your insert location before proceeding on to the next step.

Legend: Once you have inserted the Legend you now have the option to Edit Legend Items.

When you click on Edit legend items you will be presented with a menu. You can add a title, change the order of the legend items,the descriptions and visibility.

To add a title start typing in the Title Box.

To change the order, click on the horizontal lines next to a legend entry and drag and drop

To change a description simply type the new text next to the legend entry.

To manage the visibility toggle the visibility icon on and off.

You can now either cancel any changes or save them.

Copyright & the scale bar and north arrow are automatically added and placed on the map. Note - you can change the position of these by selecting Move

Logo: Click on the + next to Logo. Now click on Upload a logo. A menu will appear allowing you to drag and drop or search for a logo. Once it has uploaded click on Save. On the Print Preview choose the Insert location on the Print. Note – you have to choose your insert location before proceeding on to the next step.

Map labels text Size: If you have any labels in your map the text size is automatically scaled based on the paper size you choose but you can change this to a value of between 10-40. To change this simple type in the value you would like. 

Now you have all of the elements in your map, you can move these around the print or remove if you want.  

Select the element you wish to move or remove. To remove simply click on the X

To move, click Move next to the element. If there is an element already in the location simply remove as above, and then the insert option will become available for you to move the element to. 

If you now want to add a removed element you can click on the + next to the element name and then choose the insert location. 

To remove all elements from the print preview select Remove all.

When you have your completed your customisation you can generate a Preview or click on Buy Now. Please note a preview will be a watermarked version of the print that will allow to check all the elements prior to purchase. 

You can see the progress of your print. 

Once completed you will now be able to choose your download option and your output will open. You can either print or download. 

If you wish to view historical prints you can click on My Prints from this screen or from Your Account details in the main site. 

Within My Prints you can:

  1. Edit the print name

  2. Return to the map

  3. Add a job code

  4. Edit the print

  5. Download the print

  6. Delete the print

You can also sort your maps by date/print name or search for a particular print.

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