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Hello - I am new to UX and Omni Graffle.

I have my page set up to US Letter Landscape. It is showing one page stacked on another in Landscape!?

When I export out there is a heap of white space under the wireframe (the extra landscape page. There is a horizontal black line that shows where the bottom of the first page is.

I have looked around for a fix to no avail so thought I'd ask some experienced users :)

Kindly, Ismon
 
Hi Ismon,

In your Canvas > Size inspector, make sure "Size is multiple of printer sheets" is checked, and the canvas size fields both say "1 page." (I'm guessing your second one says "2 pages."

If that's all true, you may have an object below the bounds of the page. You can either delete that object, or uncheck the checkbox "Auto-adjust the canvas size"

Hope that fixes it!

Cheers,

- Joseph
 
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Hi Ismon,

In your Canvas > Size inspector, make sure "Size is multiple of printer sheets" is checked, and the canvas size fields both say "1 page." (I'm guessing your second one says "2 pages."

If that's all true, you may have an object below the bounds of the page. You can either delete that object, or uncheck the checkbox "Auto-adjust the canvas size"

Hope that fixes it!

Cheers,

- Joseph
Hey Joseph,

You solved it :) Yes it said 2 pages! I deleted the objects but maybe there was something left behind...

Unchecking 2 pages worked. Thanks heaps.

Issy
 
 


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