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  1. Thank you for your promptly answer. It is the solution.
  2. Hi Joachim L, thank you very much. This is the solution. Your advice was very helpful.
  3. I have worked about twenty years with adobe and now I work with affinity. I think Affinity makes a very, very good job. But I have a problem. In Publisher I made a 84 page layout with double pages. I made a PDF for print with double pages. And now the printshop demands a single page PDF. If I change the document layout in single page, then destroy publisher all the double pages. For example: photos or graphics are only on one page. What can I do???
  4. I have worked about twenty years with adobe and now I work with affinity. I think Affinity makes a very, very good job. But I have a problem. In Publisher I made a 84 page layout with double pages. I made a PDF for print with double pages. And now the printshop demands a single page PDF. If I change the document layout in single page, then destroy publisher all the double pages. For example: photos or graphics are only on one page. What can I do???
  5. If I start a new document in publisher, there is margin, but no trim or print cut. For example, if "Individual pages must be supplied with a 3 mm trim on all four sides." Its very important for pdf export and printing houses.
  6. I have bought affinity photo and designer for windows (win10) and in both I can see the system fonts, but not the other active opentype or truetype fonts. A few days before in the test version of photo it works, but not in the new version. Please help me.
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