If you ever needed to do something extra with your PDF files, then you should definitely download and use this program. It can come in handy in the event when you need to make a huge banner, but do not have much money, except for a printer and a rim of paper.
The program is absolutely free but available only for MAC OS X. How does it work? Well it takes the PDF file you feed it with and stretches it across letter-sized pages of paper. You get to choose how many rows and columns you want for your banner. The program lets you preview the result right away - so you can make your perfect banner.
The result can be printed right from the program. You can use presets for repeating jobs. Also, you can create a new PDF file in case you need to print it elsewhere - the program carefully saves your result into the new PDF file. You can also mail it to a friend right from the program.
Though it is a useful program, operating it is a bit tricky and it didn't work the way I expected. The PDF image was stretched so much I had to add white pages to keep increasing the original image. That's kind of annoying, but hey, what can you expect from freeware?