By Michele Hart
Friday, January 20, 2017
We understand it is critical to keep your report layout pixel perfect. Sometimes, it can be challenging, because you and your colleagues view those reports on screens with different aspect ratios and sizes.
The default display view is Fit to page and the default display size is 16:9. If you want to lock in a different aspect ratio, or want to fit your report in a different way, there are two tools to help you: Page View settings and Page Size settings.
The Page View settings let you control the display of your report page relative to the browser window. You can choose between:
Page View settings are available in both Reading View and Editing View. In Editing View, a report owner can assign a Page View setting to individual report pages, and those settings are saved with the report. When a colleague opens that report in Reading View, she sees the report pages display using the owner's settings. However, while working with the report in Reading View, she can temporarily change the Page View settings. Once she leaves the report, the Page View settings revert back to those that were set by the report owner.
The Page Size settings control the display ratio and actual size (in pixels). Page Size settings are only available in Editing View.
16:9 ratio (default)
Custom (height and width in pixels)
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