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  1. Have had this issue in the last few betas and still there. Using APhoto beta 168, have a graphic that is only roughly 7x3" and is a cmyk doc. When I place it in APub b584, the bounding box is essentially an A4 size, thereby requiring either a lot of overhang of the empty bounding box or using a frame or other method to crop. Cannot understand why it comes in with the strange bounding box. I also have an RGB version of this same APhoto graphic created at the same time and it places just fine. Don't know if the error is in APub or APhoto, other than it opens and looks fine in APhoto. I did just try Placing it in a 1.7.3 ADes new doc and it also places with an A4 bounding box, so maybe this is a problem with APhoto??? Gurney_Logo_Footer_-_Literature-1cmykv18.afphoto
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