Issue on Printing visio file

Hi I have an issue on printing visio file. The diagram is too big and the real page is small. after I reduced the diagram through its Page setup, the diagram became smaller, but the characters(words) are still big. Any one can give me some suggestion ? Thank you
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Gerwin Jansen, EE MVETopic Advisor Commented:
I would try not reducing diagram but printing it to fit on a page. In Print -> Page Setup - choose Fit to .. sheets ..
eemoonAuthor Commented:
Thank you so much for your fast reply. I am using Visio 2013. I do not find " In Print -> Page Setup - choose Fit to .. sheets .. " instead, in bottom tag, right click the tag, we can see "page setup" --> Fit to, but this does not work. Please see screen shot picture in attachment
Gerwin Jansen, EE MVETopic Advisor Commented:
Can you increase the diagram again so the size of the text is correct again?

If I increase the size of the diagram, Visio automatically adds pages, in the direction where I extend. Can you verify whether Visio does that for you as well?

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Prashant ShrivastavaConsultantCommented:
please find the option attached for VIsio 2013.
Chris RothCommented:
Here's another quick-and-dirty alternative:

1. Select the whole drawing (e.g. Ctrl + A, Ctrl + C), or right-click a blank area and choose Copy to copy the whole drawing.
2. Start a new drawing
3. Right-click and choose Paste Special
4. Select "Picture", "Picture (enhanced metafile)" or "Device independent bitmap".

This will paste a "dumb" graphic of your page, which you can freely resize. All fonts and lineweights, etc. will resize when you resize the graphic. A metafile will contain vector data and will print as smoothly as possible, whereas a bitmap might get a bit jaggy when you resize it.


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