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I use Omnigraffle to wireframe websites; based on the the amount of content on each website page, the canvases are different heights (duh).

When I export to PDF and view in Acrobat, each page/canvas has a different "Zoom" value. When clicking through the wireframes (I create "Jump" Actions in Omnigraffle), the pages change size based on the different Zoom value for that page. It is really annoying... it really reduces the value of the wireframes as a prototype.

Is Omnigraffle setting this "Zoom" value? If so, where? How do I stop this?

What's strange: In Acrobat, if I set a page to "Actual Size", go to another page, and come back to the first page, it's no longer "Actual Size" anymore. It's reverts to the original Zoom value.

I know this might be a Acrobat issue, but any help would be greatly appreciated!
(I've just moved this thread from the OmniPlan forums to OmniGraffle, where the appropriate community members are much more likely to reply.)

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