Make sure that within a document, the pages have the same size - or rather, the same aspect ratio. If your first page is landscape for example, then the rest of the pages should be landscape as well. If the size or aspect ratio is different per page, this may cause some unwanted side-effects.
Small size or aspect ratio deviations can, most likely, not be seen in a digital document viewer. In digital publishing, it really doesn't matter that much if pages have a different size or aspect ratio. However, on paper, physical pages must be the same size, so our system automatically compensates for the difference in aspect ratio by fitting all page content to the size/aspect ratio of the first page of your file.
- If only the size is different, this may mean that text or images become bigger or smaller on certain pages.
- A different aspect ratio has a different effect. Since by policy, we do not cut anything off of your content, the system automatically fits that content by scaling based on the aspect ratio of the first page. This means that the inconsistent page gets distorted to fit and blank/white space is introduced to compensate for the missing content.