If a flowchart is going to be printed, you can make sure that no flowchart shapes are divided at page breaks. To make sure how many page break was used in a page, you can zoom the drawing page in a small size with the zoom slide button.
When you check Page Breaks on the View menu, gray lines appear on your drawing. These gray lines indicate overlap: content that falls within them prints twice, once on each of two adjoining printed pages. The gray lines also show you approximately where pages will break when you print.
To see how the flowchart will be printed, look at the Print Preview, which is on the File menu. As the following figure shown, some shapes of the flowchart extends a page break. It will be printed on four pieces of letter-sized paper.
If you would like to print the large flowchart in a single page, you can follow these steps:
1. Choose bigger print paper.
Click the File menu, then point to the Print and click the Print Setup option. In the pop up Print Setup dialog, you can choose bigger print paper size.
2. Zoom the drawing in a small size to print. In the Print Setup dialog, you can adjust to special zoom size to print or fit to one sheet to print.
3. Auto size the drawing. Then layout all shapes again.
On the Page Layout tab, in the Page Setup group, click Page Size.
Point to Fit to Drawing button.
All page breaks in a page will be merged.
Another way to print out a flowchart that is larger
than your printer paper is to print it onto multiple pieces of paper and
then tape the pieces together.
Edraw Flowchart Software also allows the designers to save the drawing as svg, pdf, word, html format then print.