By embedding a Google Docs document into a web page using the provided iFrame data
the document will be displayed. Adding the
height parameters change the size of the iFrame.
When changing the size of the iFrame the Google Doc changes its size as well. So instead of being displayed as the usual A4 paper (like in the editor) its width will be reduced. This can be a hassle when working with small spaces, because the formatting is really weird:
- Images as well as tables are still as wide as in the original document
- The padding from the original document is also kept
- All normal text will now be squished
Is there any way to add a parameter to the iFrame or style it with css so that the embedded document will always stay at "A4-size" no matter the size of the iFrame itself? Please understand that in my case it won't be possible to make the iFrame itself bigger.
Or is there something that can be added to the src-URL?