Since we started NAMC, Stephan has gone to great lengths to provide plans for both Depron (27" x39" or 700 mm by 1000m) and MPF (24" x 48") in both tiled (print from your home printer) and untiled (printed professionally). I know that folks in the past including me have struggled to get good quality untiled plans printed on home printers.
One of our NAMC Su-27 Flanker beta test pilots Peter (homey666 from the RC Powers forum) had great success with using the poster function on his print options to print the untiled plans as that was all Stephan had produced at that stage of the Su-27 development.
So as I get ready to build another Su-27 from Dollar Tree foam (Adams readi board) to test some theories I have after building a Mig-35B from DTF, I decided to print off my own plans at home using the poster function. I have an old "steam driven" PC that currently operates on Windows 7, so I took some pictures of what I selected before clicking the print button. Your computer or printer may show different options than mine. I printed at 100%, but I tested with another set of plans for another couple planes I plan to build in the future and you can scale up or down depending on what size plane you want. I added some pictures at the end of this article on how to do that. I selected cut marks which I will show a picture of later (at least I assume they are the cut marks :/) In future, I would not select "labels" as I think this labels each sheet with very small text telling you what the file name of the document is, not needed in this application I don't think.