Printing ANSI D or B to two ANSI A prints in one shot
Since so many folks work at home with the usual 8 1/2x11 format printers, it's hard to print PDFs that are in 17x11 & 34x22 format. This includes the engineering, survey, Departments of Transportation drawings, maybe architects, and many others, like schedules and Gantt charts. We work with SCALE drawings and we'd sometimes like to print our usual landscape prints from the at-scale drawing format in 34x22 or 17x11 onto TWO 11x 8 1/2 prints, effectively splitting the drawing in two, down the middle. If we could get full-bleed, edge to edge, so much the better. This allows us to see drawings in sufficient detail and be able to scale. Normally, 17x11 (ANSI B) format is already a half-size ANSI D format, so just scaling it down to ANSI A (letter size) is too small to see enough detail.
Also, because we use ANSI D prints and PDFs, it would be nice to print directly to two ANSI A size prints.
In summary, quick-print from either ANSI D or it's half-size ANSI B directly to two ANSI A prints, splitting the images in half, keeping their scalability secured and into a very common at-home format.