Thanks for your help Steve, is there a way around this?
how can i send this to a printer?
Large banners are usually created scaled down. The printer can always enlarge it to size during the printing process. (Check with them.)
Steve Werner wrote:
You've exceeded the maximum size of a PDF file, namely 200 inches by 200 inches.
5400 mm = 212.5984 inches
Steve, I have to disagree. PDF files can have a much bigger size. Even if you want to have a map of Switzerland you could do it at 1:1 in a PDF. Acrobat supports pages as large as 15,000,000 in. (38,100,000 cm) by 15,000,000 in. (38,100,000 cm). This is a size of 381 x 381 kilometer! More than 236,7 Miles in length in both dimensions.
I think the limit is with InDesign which does not support the current allowed PDF size and limits to old versions 5080mm. So I would suggest either to scale it down or to create a 2700mm length document and create a spread, and make an output with 2 pages and let the printer reassamble it.
@Willi – a limitation of Export to PDF, that should fall.
A bit off topic, but:
It should fall together with some other limitations like minimum cell width in tables, maximum numbers of columns and maximum numbers of rows in tables.