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Old 04-12-2019, 08:04 AM
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Hi guys

I am fairly new to visio but not exactly a newbie. I have drawn a floor plan for my office and am trying to resize the shape to fit more onto the page. However when I resize all of my walls move and looks like a bowl of Spaghetti.

I have tried checking aspect ratio and other options in developer but still no good.

Am I missing something or do I have to redraw with smaller dimensions?

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I assume you are resizing one thing and several other things are attached to that and they are being repositioned as a result (or connectors are showing up).

Try deleting/cutting the wall. Replacing (or pasting) it into your preferred location should put it back without the links.
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