I printed the 66 pages, on heavy weight paper.
The alignment is 11 pages horizontal, by 6 pages vertical.
The final product is extremely nice to view.
It is 82.5 inches in width (1.5" under seven feet across) and a little over five feet in height.
If you don't want to tape/glue it, to a wall in your gaming room, this is a bit of a project.
I elected to use 'Backboard', and picked up two 4FT x 8FT pieces, then cut one of them into two sections 2.5FT x 8 FT and 1.5FT x 8FT.
Then used very liberal quantities of (school) white glue to overlap the 2.5 FT piece across the 4FT x 8FT and 1.5FT x 8FT pieces.
Then applied weight to the backboard and covered it with a tarp (did it in my driveway).
I opted to reinforce the glue (which held very well, after a week of ugly rain and cooler temperatures) with 16x 3/4" screws.
The 66 pages also needed to be cut.
There was close to an inch wide border around each page.
Staples, in the photo center, had a cutting machine... but the cuts aren't exactly perfect on every piece as you kind of learn to use the cutter as you go.
The pieces of the map are close to square/flush with each other, but it is not absolutely perfect.
It would have been nicer if they had come without the border around each piece.
I glued the pieces onto my assembled backboard.
And used a tape gun to go over the 'seams' to ensure the edges were all 'down' along the backboard.
Ptolus absolutely rocks as a setting.
Having this fabulous visual aid, is great.
If you've not tried the Ptolus setting, do yourself a favor and do so.
If you running Ptolus, this set of maps is a phenomenal aid to your game.
It is easily the best prop our group has ever had.