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8 years, 3 months ago
I've been through all of the controls, but I don't see anything that would allow creating a new page. I have a group of related drawings that I'd like to put in a single package.
My current Plan B is to create a presentation in Google Slides, but the drawing tools are pretty weak there.
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Mar 4, 2015 at 16:44
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No, but there is a decent workaround - create a new spreadsheet instead of a new drawing.
You can then add multiple sheets & insert a new drawing on each sheet.
You won't have to leave the spreadsheet to create and edit the drawings and will have all your drawings in one document
Mar 23, 2016 at 8:04
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This thread is kinda old but I hope this helps:
Go to "View" > "Zoom" > "50%".
Once your drawing has resized, drag the bottom right corner to make
the canvas bigger.
Mar 7, 2019 at 20:27
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Another workaround, similar to @Richard's solution, is to open a new Google Doc and create a separate page for each drawing. I prefer this to the Sheets solution because the Doc can link to existing drawings and are also not bound in canvas size like Drawings inserted into Sheets are.
Mar 24, 2019 at 7:03
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Use Google Jamboard instead as you can add frames - a bit like a horizontal PPT. When you save each Jamboard it has all the frames there - no need to save in another app.
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