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FM2019(15.0.3.603) - Imported visio object cropped in pdf output

Engaged ,
Apr 11, 2019

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This happened earlier today (before I loaded the latest update) and it still is happening.

I have an anchored frame in which I have imported (by reference) a Visio file as an object.

The image width is larger than the height. So, I normally have it (it's been there for over a year :-)) rotated 90 so that I can increase the scaling factor.

Never been a problem, doc would be generated as a pdf and appear fine.

Today... if I rotate the image it shows on-screen properly. If  I have the scaling factor set so that the image is about 8" 'high', it appears properly in the pdf.

If I increase the scaling factor so it fills most of the page (>8" high), everything in the image below the ~8" mark is cropped off.

This is ... weird. Any ideas what is happening?

Thanks!

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FM2019(15.0.3.603) - Imported visio object cropped in pdf output

Engaged ,
Apr 11, 2019

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This happened earlier today (before I loaded the latest update) and it still is happening.

I have an anchored frame in which I have imported (by reference) a Visio file as an object.

The image width is larger than the height. So, I normally have it (it's been there for over a year :-)) rotated 90 so that I can increase the scaling factor.

Never been a problem, doc would be generated as a pdf and appear fine.

Today... if I rotate the image it shows on-screen properly. If  I have the scaling factor set so that the image is about 8" 'high', it appears properly in the pdf.

If I increase the scaling factor so it fills most of the page (>8" high), everything in the image below the ~8" mark is cropped off.

This is ... weird. Any ideas what is happening?

Thanks!

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