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VISIO - How do I create diagram that is larger than one page and landscape


I am trying to diagram a huge flow of relationships and it will take probably 6 pages taped together.
 How do I create a diagram that is larger than one page and landscape mode?
And then how do I print it so I can tape it together?

Thanks, Bill
BILL Carlisle
BILL Carlisle
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Try using an off-sheet label.  Here is a reference similar to what you want to do:

To assemble a diagram in which a pipeline extends onto a new drawing page, you need to do the following:

Click on > File > Page setup > the click on the lanscape button for a lanscape drawing.

To do that you want 6 page. Click on > File Page setup > Then page size. Then click on the lanscape button  > Pre-defined Size and click on the A1. The click on  > Allow

You will be able do do what you what to do.
Scott HelmersVisio Consultant, Trainer, Author, and DeveloperCommented:
Eskimo2704's idea is right on. Here's a previously answered question that might also help -- it includes a sample drawing that is set up the way you'd like (it's portrait not landscape but that's an easy change as Eskimo2704 described).


BILL CarlisleAPEX DeveloperAuthor Commented:
That link was awesome... It help me see what Eskimo was telling me and I was able to access so much more. I see how the link another page to a shape so I can do like a drill down or master-detail relationship too!

Thank you both!

That may come in handy in the future but that is not really what I was looking for... thanks for the input!

BILL CarlisleAPEX DeveloperAuthor Commented:
Actually I just realized in wasn't that link that showed the much more it was the Help in Visio

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