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Visio 2013 - Edge of drawing area/page

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See graphic:  One of my pages has a white, grid-free border.  The other page has a grid that extends to the edge.  
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It's a view option: On the View tab, use the Page Breaks option to show page margins and the divisions between pages (if your drawing page is larger than the printer page).page view settings
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