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visio 2013 - problems with a SLOW graphics-laden page

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I have a page in a Visio file which is laden with lots of graphics and photographs and I would like to delete it.  Problem is, as soon as I select it, the graphics start to render and my PC hangs for a long time.  
Is there any way for me to delete the page without having to select it?  or look at it?
OR, is there any way for me to reduce the size of the graphics on that page without having to select them?
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Rgonzo1971 earned 2000 total points
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Hi

maybe with Vba
Sub Macro()
ActiveDocument.Pages("YourPage").Delete
End Sub

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by:brothertruffle880
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Whoa!  FANTASTIC IDEA!!!   Thanks.  Didn't even occur to me to write VBA.
Perfect.  

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