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PDF generation problems

Nuo Xu 6 years ago updated by Agnieszka Kozubek-Krycuń (Chief Scientist) 5 years ago 4
when i use print to generate pdf version i came across 2 problems. first one is , when i go back to the edit model, i lost my previous work which i believed it should be aotu saved. Second is , it always breaks my design into several pages which i wanted it to be in one page. Since it beaks my design into several pages, it breaks my tables and references into different pages and makes it hard to read
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I'll start with the second issue. You can enable an option that shows a grid on the diagram. It presents the boundaries of pages and this way you have full control over the resulting PDF file.
Here's how to setup this option:



Regarding the loss of you work - this definately shouldn't happen. Can you reproduce this scenario? In case of any problems with auto-save you should be shown "Oops, we've got a problem" page disabling further editing.
Same issue here. I have set up the properties as Tabloid, margins at 10 and it still creates 6 pages to print, with tables separated. Is there a way to reduce it to at least 2 pages (tabloid) sizes?
The gray grid lines show page boundaries. I've checked your model and it spans over 6 pages. You have to move your tables manually so that the model spans over two pages.