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  1. Thanks for our promt reply. Files attached below as requested 46b6300f-28b1-4139-87d4-c143d4e70410.dmp 97ca42e3-8eaa-40b8-8567-0a99720ad9d5.dmp 3f7325f6-6caf-4ec2-80e2-edc76f51f5ba.dmp 80a47170-2885-44ac-a58c-893aa39da8a1.dmp
  2. I have been using publisher since beta and now have the latest version, running on windows which is aslo the latest version. Sometimes publisher simply disappears from my screen and has to be opened again. often but not always it offers a recovery file which does not include my last actions. I cannot tell you what action provokes the crash as it seems to be random but always as as i make a key stroke. This happens with different projects. I have an upto date computer with a fast proccessor and lots of RAM. very frustrating!
  3. Yes Thank you callum. I wanted to see both images on the screen together and have discovered that when both are open you can grab the tile bar of one and drag it down . the image will then open in an undocked seperate floating window which I can park on one side. best to set the size you want for the undocked image before you undock it.. I can use this as my refference whilst able to modify the image still docked to suit . To re dock the floating image simply drag it up to the title bar again.
  4. How can i have two images open in affinity at the same time. I want to use one as refference whilst i match the other to itfor colours and contrast ect.
  5. Amazing, I opened a photo book I made in microsoft publisher 2007 and saved as a pdf. Affinity publisher opened it with all the correct sizes, pages and content. To my amazement each individual picture and text frame was also formatted so that I could change size, or edit them much as if I had made in affinity publisher in the first place. So can I open any pdf made from a publishing programme, or just from microsoft publisher?
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