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  1. I just tried resetting AF Publisher starting it holding down control. Now all is well. Thank you for your assistance. It is appreciated!
  2. Here are a screenshot of the cursor while I'm clicking on the ruler and a simple document. AF Sample.afpub
  3. I think the shot above is what you meant by enabled on the view menu! I don't see a double-headed arrow cursor. The scaling in the display in Windows settings is 100% if that's what you're talking about!
  4. Yes, I'm using the move tool. I forgot to say I have the latest version of Windows 10. Thank you for responding to my question!
  5. For the last few versions of AP I have not been able to drag guides from the rulers no matter what I tried including v1.7.0.257. Is it still possible to do this? If so, where am I going wrong? Thank you!
  6. I have Windows 10 Home and export works fine with 1.7.0.192!
  7. I have windows 10 and have neither of these problems. It takes 10 seconds for it to start up. That's with a lot of fonts.
  8. I have Windows 10 with the latest version of APublisher. Document Setup with Document Unit set on pixels doesn't have the zoom choice.
  9. This is the way mine is. Documents that were saved before this version still show thumbnails. Those saved with this one show the icon.
  10. I would like to see have this option, too. I use it quite often!
  11. If you click on the Alignment button on the toolbar you will have several choices of how you want to align an object if you click on the "align to" arrow on the right. Two of them are to page and align to page margin.
  12. If you make the font size smaller this doesn't happen.
  13. You can click File/Print or use ctl+p. This will bring up the print dialogue where you can choose the printer you want to use.
  14. A faster way to do it would be to get one picture in a frame adjusted like to want it. Select that picture, then hold control and shift (keeps pictures in a straight row) and drag one. Continue this selecting the picture each time until you have as many as you want. Then select all of them, go to align and on the right end of the popup click on distribute. You will then see another popup with the choices of how you want to distribute the pictures. Choose it and they will be distributed evenly.
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