I am about to start working on printing a wall scroll that is roughly 16 feet long by 4 feet high. It has been worked on before, several years ago, and when it was printed then it was printed in two halves and then literally taped together. This was because back then, Photoshop couldn't support an image that large. I was just on the Adobe website and it says that even for CS3, which I am using, the maximum pixel dimensions PS can support are 300,000 x 300,000 which is well within the range of this image at full length (110,000 x 27,000). So I got excited because I thought I could print the whole thing in one piece using PS and not something confusing like ImagePrint. Problem is, the two separate halves open up fine in PS, but the File>Print command is grayed out. I can access Page Setup to specify paper size but not the Print dialog box. What's going on? So I can't even print them in separate pieces in PS? All the other settings for the image seem to be fine - Greyscale, 8-bit, Gamma 2.2. I don't know what it could be other than PS can't do it, but that is not what Adobe's website says so I'm confused.