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  1. Nope. There is no error. It just won't upload. The upload window just has the circle that turns and turns and turns endlessly.
  2. I made a pdf for the interior of my book, and a pdf for the cover of my book using affinity publisher. The cover uploaded successfully to both IngramSpark and kdp. However, the interior file will not. I called both IngramSpark and kdp, but they were both baffled with no idea what was going on. I'm hoping someone here can tell me what the issue might be. Since the cover uploaded successfully to both services, and the interior did not, it seems like the issue must be with the interior file, but I have no idea what that might be. I've tried 3 different browsers, I've re-exported the file and
  3. Thanks for the information, Old Bruce. You've been very helpful.
  4. Thanks for pointing that out, Old Bruce. What I don't understand is how the table got on the master page. I didn't put it there deliberately. All I did was copy it because I wanted to place a copy of the table on another page. Does this mean the master page is different for different spreads? How does that happen if I only have 1 master page? Also, it doesn't happen for everything I select and copy. Only for some things. I am very confused....
  5. Hmm. But I don't have these objects on the master page. The Xs appear when I copy the objects. They did not have the Xs before I copied them because they weren't on the master page.
  6. I'm working on a book file in Affinity Publisher. Sometimes when I select an object and copy it, the object gets little Xs in the corners instead of the little circles and then I can't move the object, or edit its text, or float it or resize it. Basically it is locked and I can't do anything with it. Why does this happen? How do I prevent it? And how do I unlock it?
  7. Thank you all again. I am now able to group the images with their captions. You all were very helpful.
  8. Thanks everyone for your replies. I am at work and will look at this later and let you all know what I figured out.
  9. walt.farrell & mac_heibu: I'm afraid I don't understand what you are saying. All I did was place the image into the document, then make a new text box for the caption and try to group them. Do I have to place the image into a new layer? If so, I don't know how to do this. Do I need to learn about layers? How do I move the image out of the text frame? I didn't even know I had put it in the text frame. Excuse my ignorance. Thanks for your help.
  10. GarryP: Here's a screen shot. dutchshader: I'm pretty sure the photo and caption are not masterpage items.
  11. I have a document with photos and captions. I want to group the captions with their respective photos so i can move them around the document together, but it doesn't seem to work. I select the photo and the caption, but when I try to group them by going to layers>group, the option is greyed out and therefore not available. I must be doing something wrong, but I can't figure out what. Can anyone help?
  12. Old Bruce, Thank you for your help. The problem was that italics disappeared when I applied my paragraph style to the imported text. I was not aware of the difference between style and format. You have straightened things out for me. Thanks! I do appreciate it.
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