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Old 09-16-2021, 07:27 PM
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I'm trying to make a webpage in Visio, but when I save it as a html webpage and open it in Chrome, it resizes the page to fit my screen, which means everything is really small. Does anyone know how I can stop it from doing this, so that a user can instead scroll down the page?



It also seems to be saving the content of my page as an image instead of text that can be selected and copied. Anyone know how to change this?

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Have you looked through the options under the publish button when you save to html?
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Old 09-17-2021, 01:30 AM
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Have you looked through the options under the publish button when you save to html?
Ah! By messing around with the settings under Publish > Advanced > Display Options > Target Monitor, I was able to change the way it appears on the page! Thank you!!

You don't know if there's anyway to make it appear on a webpage with selectable text do you? It seems to be presenting the entire page as a png.
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You may encounter different results in different browsers but for me it appears that you can choose SVG output format when publishing to get searchable/selectable text in Chrome.

Try a few of the options under Publish > Advanced > Output Formats.

Note that SVG support may not be present in old versions of Chrome although it probably became available there before it did in IE or Edge.
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You may encounter different results in different browsers but for me it appears that you can choose SVG output format when publishing to get searchable/selectable text in Chrome.

Try a few of the options under Publish > Advanced > Output Formats.

Note that SVG support may not be present in old versions of Chrome although it probably became available there before it did in IE or Edge.
That's perfect! Thank you so much!


Edit: Hmmm, when I use SVG, it seems to go back to fitting the file to the size of the screen, even when I change the display options. Do you experience this the same way?
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Unfortunately, different browsers interpret html in different ways - especially when coupled with a variety of security settings and installed addins. The Visio export to html includes features that may only work with a specific browser (like Internet Explorer)

On my machine and using Chrome, the test file I had zooms down with the window size. I then opened the top level htm file and edited the tag from
<iframe src="Drawing1_files/main_2.htm" width="100%" height="100%" frameborder="1" scrolling="auto">
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<iframe src="Drawing1_files/main_2.htm" width="200%" height="200%" frameborder="1" scrolling="auto">

Doing this gave me a much bigger graphic. Does that work for your particular problem?
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Unfortunately, different browsers interpret html in different ways - especially when coupled with a variety of security settings and installed addins. The Visio export to html includes features that may only work with a specific browser (like Internet Explorer)

On my machine and using Chrome, the test file I had zooms down with the window size. I then opened the top level htm file and edited the tag from
<iframe src="Drawing1_files/main_2.htm" width="100%" height="100%" frameborder="1" scrolling="auto">
to
<iframe src="Drawing1_files/main_2.htm" width="200%" height="200%" frameborder="1" scrolling="auto">

Doing this gave me a much bigger graphic. Does that work for your particular problem?
I couldn't find any line of code containing "iframe src". I tried changing the width in the following line of code, but it just increased the amount of white space around my image:

<object width="100%" height="100%" id="SVGViewer1" data="svg_6.svg" type="image/svg+xml" VIEWASTEXT>

I couldn't find any other width tags in the html that appeared relevant.
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