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Does changing the preferences when ‘no document is open’ help you achieve this? That way, you don’t have to do it for each new file that you start.
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Thanks for the reply. That method helps to an extent. If every document I create is the same size and type, it helps.
However, my needs may very greatly between documents. Sometimes I need to add 30 inches on each side of the pasteboard to really get the job done, but other times, having that sort of space is just a waste (this is particularly true for the vertical spacing, which can make scrolling between pages slow and cumbersome).
Paradoxically, I also often find that the fewer pages I have in a document, the more space I need.
I'm not sure how this works for different types of documents. For instance, if I specify 15 inches for a print document, does it give me 15 inches for a web document as well?MH shared this idea ·
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