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  1. PaulEC Have just sussed it. Thank you for the tip! Smee45
  2. Correct screengrab this time!!! Thanks but... Same problem!! I'm on a Mac if that makes a difference
  3. Thanks but... Same problem!! I'm on a Mac if that makes a difference
  4. Hello again As regards the above, on the Publisher tut you are told to R/click on item and choose "clear Master". This is what appears when I R/click on the selection Cheers Smee45
  5. Hi! Have got Publisher and enjoying V much. I use a lot of form filling in InDesign at the moment but would like to do same in Publisher. Anybody with any advice as to how I go about this please? Thanks, in anticipation Smee45
  6. Alfred & PaulEC Both methods work fine. Thanks
  7. Thanks. I will try it out.
  8. With 1.7 with us is there another way to colourise old pics instead of using 'recolour' as I do at the present. Thanks for any advice. Smee45
  9. Thanks v much! It's obvious if you know where to look!
  10. Hello all! Anyone tell me how to distribute even space vertically between 5 panels for instance. Thanks in advance Smee45
  11. Thanks to both of you. It is now OK. Nice to know there are people out there so helpful! Cheers Smee45
  12. The inpainting brush has stopped working. There is no red 'mask' when I click and drag. Any one out there have any ideas? Thanks in advance
  13. Hello all! Just got Publisher to try out, InDesign user at the moment. What can I expect from Publisher when using Acrobat? Any interactivity at all? At first look the table options don't seem as well defined as InDesign although I appreciate I have to get to know it. Will there be options for overhanging punctuation? And finally, will I be able to create custom trims and folds? Thanks Smee45
  14. It's easy when you know how! Ta!
  15. Hi! Can you move an image into another by dragging (as in Photoshop) or is copy and paste the only way? Thanks in anticipation Smee45
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