This tutorial shows you how to manage page properties and dimensions, give the page a title, and change content size, grid size, orientation, and margins.
Click on the page tab to open a dialog and change the page name.
Select 'Rename Page' from the Page tab of the Menu bar.
Add and view all pages
Click "+" at the top right of the properties to add a page to the end of the document
Use the arrows left or right to scroll through the pages
Click the down arrow to view the full list of pages
Select "Page Settings" under the Page menu to open the Page Settings panel or
Open Page Settings panel from the Dock
Page size, margins, orientation
In the Page Settings menu, select the Page Layout tab to choose preferred size, margins, and orientation of document.
Manually resize the page by dragging the arrows at the side or bottom of the canvas. The Page Size width and height will display any changes made with this method as a custom entry.
Snap to grid
The snap to grid feature assists when aligning objects and can be set to work with various sizes of grids. You can also turn off the snap to grid completely so objects can be placed exactly where you would like.
Auto-pagination is a setting that can be turned on to create new pages automatically when content is dragged off of the existing canvas. The new pages will be an identical size to the original page, making it easy to print diagrams. To enable auto-pagination, open the Page Settings menu, go to the Page Settings tab, and check to box next to "Auto-paginate."
Page Settings also provides the Content Size feature to easily change how large or small your diagram is in relation to the page size. This makes it more convenient than changing each shape and text box individually.
By changing your preferences, you can manage the settings for your documents within the editor. To access preferences, click the Lucidchart icon on the Menu Bar. Then click Preferences. The Preferences window allows you to change: Default zoom, grid lines, auto-prompt, default page units, default page size, default line binding, and library search.