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  1. I just installed it in a different folder.
  2. Having the same problem with the Publisher 1.7.3 update. Afraid to try to update the other apps.
  3. Yes, I had checked the masters. Nothing there either.
  4. Hmm, I get this overflow warning on pdf export also, on a 206 page document. I've followed the suggestions above, although I need a larger zoom since I can't see anything on the Zoom to Document with that many pages. However no red dots appear to indicate frames that have overflow text. I agree for the need for Publisher to tell exactly where the frame is when it gives that warning. The Resource Manager is excellent because it tells exactly which page a linked image is on that needs updating. Similar specifics for overflow text would be great.
  5. Anyone know how other programs, such as Quark or InDesign handle the insertion of a page in the middle of other content? I think both use separate chapter files for longer documents, so insertions aren't such a huge deal since you only worry about the pages within a single chapter.
  6. I think it did reverse the margins correctly, but my master page layouts, based on the margins were off kilter since the content was no longer on the same left/right page. Not sure what the solution is for that because when you reapply a master, it erases all the content.
  7. I'm encountering this same issue when I need to insert a page between existing pages. Then I need to adjust master page assignments to get the layout correct on facing pages - but doing that deletes content. I thought maybe I was doing something wrong or missing the technique for doing this. I guess for now I need to make sure I get it correct as I build the document! This project will be about 150 pages, so adjusting for an insertion in the middle is not fun!
  8. I'd love to see an affiliate option as well. I'd love to promote the products - and make a little while I'm at it. Although, here we call it an affiliate "program" rather than "scheme." Scheme seems to have a negative, shady connotation.
  9. This isn't a bug in the sense of a crash or anything, but perhaps an issue with how hyphenation works. If I have something like this alligators—they and it happens to fall where Publisher thinks it should hyphenate, it does this, breaking it at the em dash. alligators- —they Publisher is inserting the hyphen, not me. It adds a hyphen before the em dash which seems incorrect.Should it just treat an em dash as a space?
  10. Thanks everyone. I'll add it in the bug section.
  11. Okay, maybe I didn't explain it well enough. If I have something like this alligators—they and it happens to fall where Publisher thinks it should hyphenate, it does this, breaking it at the em dash. alligators- —they Publisher is inserting the hyphen, not me. It adds a hyphen before the em dash. I've always inserted em dashes without spaces before or after. Perhaps you can use spaces on either side of an em dash?
  12. How can I exclude the em dash as an acceptable character to include in hyphenation in Publisher? For example, if I had a sentence like this. Crocodiles, alligators—they both look the same to me It seems to assume "alligators—they" is all one word. I've had it insert a hyphenation dash right before the em dash, which looks rather ugly.
  13. Hmm, yeah, that icon ought to do the job.
  14. Love this new capability.
  15. I have a degree in computer science, programmer, web developer, and author. Yeah, I actually know about Ctrl. S. Have you ever seen a Safetype keyboard? Yep, Ctrl S is more challenging, especially when I'm doing something that uses a lot of mouse actions. I have a toolbar with icons, lots of blank space up there, and it's already customizable. A Save button would be greatly appreciated, and for those who prefer Ctrl S, they don't have to add it to their toolbar.
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