You can make Large Print books using Puzzle Maker Pro. However, it takes some understanding of font sizes, image sizes and DPI, to get the results you want.
Find out how Puzzle Maker Pro creates your puzzles and puzzle books. This article will help you understand how the different parts work together.
This brief tutorial will explain the different layout options Puzzle Maker Pro - JigSaw
This brief tutorial will explain the different styling options for your jigsaw puzzle.
This brief tutorial will explain the different options to choose and configure the connectors for your JigSaw puzzles.
This overview demonstrates the steps to create JigSaw puzzles with Puzzle Maker Pro.
This brief tutorial will explain the different options for setting the number of pieces for your jigsaw puzzle.
You can set your own titles for puzzles and solutions, which will be used in the additional output. One of the uses for this is for books in other languages than English.
Read how you can get a demo version of the software.
This tutorial will teach you the basics of working with Puzzle Maker Pro - Connect the Dots
This video tutorial demonstrates how you can import your own JPG and PNG images to create Connect the Dots puzzles
This tutorial demonstrates the use of SVG files in Puzzle Maker Pro - Connect the Dots
This video tutorial will show you the general workflow and some tricks to use Adobe Illustrator's tracing function. This will create SVG files from bitmap files (JPG, PNG). The SVG files can be imported into Puzzle Maker Pro - Connect the Dots.
This video tutorial demonstrates the use of different Tag types in Puzzle Maker Pro - Connect the Dots