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Here's what I do for custom PFS maps (I.E. non-flipmats/non-mappacks)
1) Right-click on the image in the PFS scenario and select "copy"
2) Go to your favorite image editor and select "paste" (I personally use a 90's version of Photoshop that I have a legit key for)
3) Adjust the size of the image until the squares are exactly 1" - If you crop away the partial squares on all edges, you should be able to just make the image exactly the size you need in inches
4) Save that as something Windows Paint can open, .jpg, .png, whatever
5) Open Windows Paint and then open your new image. Under the file menu, go to "print --> page setup" and make sure you select under Scaling "Adjust to: 100%"
It should print just fine now, If it's an adventure that I think I'll DM more than once, I personally use one of those large paper cutters to carefully remove the margins and then paste it on posterboard.
or print on cardstock, leaving an edge to hole-punch and drop in the binder with the scenario. I did this for the maps for First Steps - the Warehouse is two cardstock 8X11 sheets taped together so they fold on the tape crease and hole-punched on one side. The allyway and the Para-Countesses rooms etc. the same.