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Changing Master size and scaling behavior on Publisher

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How can I change a Master size and apply it to all pages without changing content layout/scale on all pages?
Somehow all content will be scaled.
 

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I'm asking how  NOT to scale any objects when change the size of canvas.

e.g.
Change a Master(let's call it Master A) from A4 to A3.
Then I'm expecting all pages replying to Master A to be A3 and objects on them not to be scaled.
 

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My apologies for the delayed response as I have been off for a few days.
 

When changing the size of a Master page, this won't update the size of any other spread unless you select 'Yes' in the dialog that shows. If you do this, all content will be rescaled to fit the new page size.

If you select 'No', the Master will be applied, but the spread wont change size - as you're looking to change the spread size without scaling the objects I recommend using the 'Spread Setup' options as this allows you to change the spread size without affecting the size of the objects.

I hope this clears things up :)

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Ok so it's not possible to change spread size of pages without re-scaling objects on them?
Then I'd like to request this feature.

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5 hours ago, ashf said:

Ok so it's not possible to change spread size of pages without re-scaling objects on them?

Please re-read my post -

17 hours ago, Dan C said:

as you're looking to change the spread size without scaling the objects I recommend using the 'Spread Setup' options as this allows you to change the spread size without affecting the size of the objects.

Have you tried this method? Provided you change the scaling options in the Spread Setup dialog when changing your page size you can choose if your objects are scaled, or not when changing the size of your spread.

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