Yes, you can create pantographs with EQ7. When you print, choose FILE > Print > Block > under style choose Quilting Stencil. If the design needs to fit over more than one sheet of paper, depending on the size you’ve asked for, it will print what it can on one sheet, then print as many other sheets as needed until the whole design is printed. The printed guidelines along the paper edge show you where to match the sheets together, matching guidelines, and you can hold the sheets of paper together with a bit of tape.
If you are making a quilting design, and want that design repeated, what you would do is figure out what size you wanted for the design, and how many times you wanted that repeated, and create a long block with the design repeated that many times.
For example, imagine you had a feather design which you wanted to be 6″ x 6″ and you wanted it repeated 5 times along a border. You would make the drawing worktable be 6″ Ver x 30″ (5 x 6″) Hor. You would make the Snaps vertical what they were when the block was drawn, and snaps vertical 6 x that number. You would add this block (blank block) to the Sketchbook.
This, then, would be your pantograph.