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| I received twelve pages of Visio flow charts from an engineer who wants it
| all printed out onto one page from a plotter.
I would open a new Visio file and set the paper size to largest paper size
the plotter can handle.
Next I would copy the contents of each file to the new file, and add
connecting lines as needed. It may help to sketch this out on a sheet of
paper, to decide where the connecting lines would best appear.
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