Harrison Niap

Growth Hacker | Piktochart

In certain countries like the US, papers in letter size are often used to print out reports. We heard your needs to print infographics and visual reports beautifully, so here’s our latest Paper Size product update. – The Piktochart Team

The Piktochart team hustled and bustled over the past 2 months to devise our latest product update. You can now opt between selecting A4 or Letter paper sizes to fit your infographic, banner, report and presentation projects! This latest feature aims to help out people dedicated to bringing infographics offline, be it in the office, classroom, or your own personal chill-out lounge (read: bedroom).

Piktochart Paper Size Options

Under File > Page Setup, you can now change or set the default paper size as Letter size (8.5” x 11”) or A4 size (8.27” x 11.69”). When you change your paper size, your canvas will automatically resize to the optimum width. You’ll also see a cut-off line that shows the end of one page of paper. If you do not intend to print your infographic, you can choose to turn off the cut-off point under File > Page Setup.

If you activate ‘Set as default for future projects’, your future creations will then have the respective paper sizes properties, like the cut-off line position, enabled.

Will the paper size selection affect me if I do not intend to print my infographic?

The paper size selection will not affect online sharing of the infographic. However, do note that switching the paper sizes may adjust or reposition some of your content to fit the paper size well. Therefore, it is advised to not modify paper size selections if you do not intend to print your project.

We have a blogpost ready for you if you’re keen to receive some tips on how to print your infographics right here.

At the same time, Piktochart’s support team is always ready to help out. Our happy customer delight officers will deal with your problem in no time, so if you’re looking for Superman, our customer delight team might be the closest alternative for your Piktochart problems.

Happy Piktocharting!