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Yesterday I had to resize a document in Publisher for a client and thought it would be the same as Photo and Designer... simply go to "resize document" but I couldn't find that. I had make a new document and copy and paste the info to that. Seems like I am missing something. 

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4 minutes ago, v_kyr said:

See the: "Layout page setup..." button.

If you open a new document, the setting I need are there. If you are already in a document you don't have access to those settings. The closest is file/document setup and this is all you get. I don't see a layout page setup button anywhere and  it wasn't listed in a search I did. like I said I might just be missing something that's right in my face. 

 

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There should also be a menu entry for that under the bottom "File > Layout ..." menu, don't know how they named that menu entry in english.


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Have you looked in Spread Setup? You can change page sizes using the options there. Look under File>Spread Setup, or click on the Spread Setup button just above the Pages and Assets panel.

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There is no Layout page setup button, but there is Spread Setup button/command (File menu). Which adjusts only one spread at the time.

Seems only way to change all pages is to select them in Pages panel and do right button menu command "Spread Properties.."

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I resized a document a week or so ago when playing around with a layout. I'm pretty certain I adjusted the master pages sizing rather than the individual pages, as I needed to adjust them anyway for the layout. Most of what I am working on for that document is still a base layout, with very little content except what is included on the master pages, so memory is probably correct. 

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9 hours ago, Fixx said:

There is no Layout page setup button, but there is Spread Setup button/command (File menu). Which adjusts only one spread at the time.

Doesn't the "All Spreads" option in the Spread Setup window do what it says it does?

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5 hours ago, R C-R said:

Doesn't the "All Spreads" option in the Spread Setup window do what it says it does?

Oops, it does!

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Yes, and it will also work on the masterpages. So it was my memory that was at issue, as I spent most of my time adjusting items on the master pages once I'd changed the page sizes.

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