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Shorting the Visio "Graph Paper" background

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I auto-generated a Visio drawing using a network discovery tool.  The resulting drawing winds up with a piece of background "graph paper" 108 inches in width.  I would like to shirnk that down to 60 inches.  But I can't see how I would do that.  How do I go about to shrink the monster?
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Hi amigan,

Try holding down the control key, clicking where the end of the grid is, and drag it to the point where you would like it to be.

Good luck!
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A Visio God!!  Woot!
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