Sure I would just make registration marks and then tape them together and expose them. Just make sure everything fits on your screen lol.
Yes. It's called "tiling" and can work. But the areas where the films overlap will give you a different exposure even if you use clear film. If you're only doing solid spot colors and using an emulsion with a bit more latitude, you can get by. But if you are doing images with finer detail or halftones or a faster exposing emulsion you may (probably) have issues. Ideally you want as consistent exposure across the entire film/image as possible. A larger format printer will address that issue. Plus it's a lot less labor and time Especially if you do multicolor prints/separations. If you can afford the larger printer I'd advise getting it.is there any way on the corel x5 i can print on multiple piece's of film positive and tape them together for the exposure and get the same product as if i purchased the epson 4900 hope this is clear enough of a question anyone who can point me in the right direction before i purchase either would be great thank you ahead of time