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Change Zero Point Location in Visio

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I'm using Visio 2003 and want to change the Zero Point location for the Rulers.  The vertical ruler's zero point is in the lower left corner.  I want it to be in the upper right.  If I set the location to 34, it puts 0 in the upper right corner, but the next number down is -1.  I want the vertical ruler (from top to bottom) to start at 0, then go to 1, 2, 3, etc.
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Question by:stephaniesb
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Sorry, but what you want cannot be done.
If the zero point is moved to the top of the page, the downwards direction stuck at being a negative number.
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just adding to what MEINTSI said this does not affect the way visio works  just the way the rulers are displayed
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