We will print your design "portrait" (tall) or "landscape" (wide) depending on your file and will enlarge it as much as possible to fit the size you've specified online. Make sure your design has the same "aspect ratio" as the size you are ordering.
PowerPoint Page Size Tips
To set up your page size in PowerPoint 2003 or earlier, go to File > Page Setup and enter the new dimensions.
To set up your page size in PowerPoint 2007 or later, go to the Design tab, click Page Setup and enter the new dimensions in the dialog box.
Unfortunately, PowerPoint will only let you use a custom page size no larger than 56" inches. In order to workaround this limitation, you'll need to set up your file with a smaller page size with the same aspect ratio as your desired output. For example, if you're ordering a 36" by 72" banner, you can set your PwerPoint page size to 12" by 24" which is smaller but the same proportion.
If you are using any typefaces that are not "standard" you should convert the text to curves (Corel), convert the text to outlines (Illustrator), or save the file with the TrueType fonts embedded (PowerPoint). If you don't do this and we don't have the fonts, we will contact you, which will delay the printing of your file.