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Embedded frame size adjustable?

Question asked by Jesse Anderson on Nov 7, 2017
Latest reply on Apr 11, 2018 by Stefanie Sanders

I have a question about embedding a pdf into a page. I understand how to add a file link, and have that link auto-preview in the page, but my question goes beyond this functionality. When I select 'auto--open', the iframe on the page is limited to a certain size. The size doesn't seem to be editable from my early exploration in html editing.

 

Here's a screenshot of the frame size...

 

The frame that contains the embedded pdf file seems to be restricted in size...

My question is simply: Can the size of the frame be adjusted in some way to result in the embedded pdf being fully visible, rather than fixed/scrollable? In essence, I'd like to remove the scrolling from the embedded file so that my students read a topic preview in plain text, then see the entire pdf file as the 'body' of the page, rather than having to scroll through the pdf link.

 

Any ideas?

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