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How to remove large margins in Visio Viewer?

How to remove large margins in Visio Viewer?

How to remove large margins in Visio Viewer?

(OP)
Hi,

the background of my drawing is much larger than the page size. When opened in Visio Viewer 2003, there are a lot of empty space around the page. It can even scroll off the screen completely, making it difficult for less skilled users to find again.

Is there a way to remove the gigantic margins around the page, and always have it display centered in Visio Viewer?

RE: How to remove large margins in Visio Viewer?

(OP)
I solved the problem by saving the drawing as a website instead of using Visio Viewer. The graphs are centered in the web browser and the overall appearance is much nicer.

Visio Viewer seems to be a dead end. It is better to use ordinary web standards instead of specialized browser plugins.

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