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orvillem

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  1. It would be great to be able to have an insert rows after and insert rows before feature. Currently rows are only inserted before the current selected row. This can be a problem if you have a column where a few of the rows are merged but then you want to ad a new row below. With the current function the new row is inserted above the merged cell. I thing it would be better if it's inserted below the merged field.
  2. Table cell heights size now works after updating to latest beta.
  3. I’m using version 1.7.0.257
  4. When trying to adjust the Height of a table cell both arrow heads increases the amount, and if the value is entered in by hand it returns something else.
  5. Sure thanks I meant this post to be for Publisher
  6. When trying to adjust the Height of a table cell both arrow head increases the amount, and if the value is entered in by hand it returns something else.
  7. I feature that would be a great option is to have the option of a no line break before or after a paragraph. With a "no line break" option turn on for a paragraph, hitting the return key would not place the paragraph below the previous one but would keep it on the same line even though its a new paragraph. Adding space before to this paragraph would allow its position to be change on the page. We could then have one line with two different paragraph that can be styled differently. Paragraph one ns this example would have "no line break after" turned on. Paragraph two would have "no line break before" turned on This use to be a feature in Ventura Publisher in the 90s This is paragraph one This is paragraph two paragraph two continues here and here.
  8. When i try exporting document as PDF I get the error in the screen shot. The second page is an image that is link to an Affinity Photo document. The image on the first page right column is a .jpg. I get this error even if I make the image resolutions lower. Error goes away only when I rasterize both images in Publisher.
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