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hbrown

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Hello!

I am using Visio Pro 2010.  For some reason, when I try to save a page of my visio file as a jpeg, it saves as a gigantic file (1.5 MB) - and my drawing shows up really small in the bottom left corner, and to the right there is a TON of white space.  No one can really see the drawing itself.  Basically the jpeg looks like a really wide document.  Anyone have any ideas why this is happening?

I am using auto-size when creating the drawing.

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Re: Trying to save as jpeg, screen shows up really small in corner
« Reply #1 on: April 29, 2011, 02:58:05 PM »
Just a follow up on my issue - Visio is saving the document at dimensions of 17995 x 3916.  When it was working correctly it was saving at dimensions of 947 x 796.  So I guess my questions is how do I return to it saving at the latter (947 x 796), or any more reasonable size?
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Re: Trying to save as jpeg, screen shows up really small in corner
« Reply #2 on: April 29, 2011, 03:25:00 PM »
The graphics save in Visio will try take all the area containing shapes at its default save area. So, you must have a shape up in the top right-hand corner that is making Visio extend its save area beyond what you would expect.
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