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Tweaking iWorks


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Hi, I have a problem with the iworks word processor on my Mac.
I have managed to edit the default template so that when I open a new documnet it appears full screen (the idea being that it is as close to a real sized A4 page as possible).

However, I really would like to make all my currently saved documents open up in the same way (the best way I can see to do this is by changing the View size to about 175%). However I cannot find out how to make this view size default.

Is it possible to do this any way?

I will be very greatfull for any help. Thanks in advance.

Dave
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