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  1. Before exploring some of the more imaginative parts of Affinity for Windows, I thought I'd play experiment with an existing WORD file and base my research on results from other software (such as InDesign and CorelDraw). So far I can't find how to: import a WORD file for editing flow text to another frame wrap text around an image create additional pages IF: it's all there in a tutorial I apologise - and could I have a link please? ELSE: can anybody help? In the (extensive) search process so far, I have to say that the app has some awesome features - and should really benefit from the Beta testing :rolleyes:
  2. My number 1 feature request would be support for Photoshop import filters so that I can import directly from my scanner using VueScan.
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