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I'm trying and testing all available options in Publisher to see if I understand them and how they differ from Indesign. The one I didn't test sofar was <<Edit in Photo>> because it seems to be so logic. But now I test it and I have no idea what it is meant to do. At this stage it has no benefit at all because Publisher closes the document you work in. Let me explain what I did. First I have made corrections on a picture in Photo 1.6 I linked the .afphoto file into a multipage publisher document, but the corrections made in the picture does not fit that page to my taste By using File>Edit in Photo I expect that the picture will be opened in AFPhoto 1.6 to change corrections and after saving the picture it will automatically be replaced in Publisher. But what really happens I don't understand. By using File>Edit Photo the complete spread is opened in AFPhoto 1.7 Beta, (the one you don't want to use). At that moment the document in Publisher is closed and you can't open it because it is in use. If you safe it in Photo 1.7 you probably only save the spread you opened but that is something I can't check because Publisher can't open files from the Beta version. I understand that not all is working well in Beta versions, but can somebody explain what it should do when the bugs have been taken out? Kind regards, LeoC
Is there a way to duplicate pages of one file to another file? I work in an office and often need to complile multiple documents into one large PDF, but it is tedious to move files page by page to another file. I would like a way to duplicate pages or at the very least copy and paste pages into another file.
Has anyone else noticed the shortcut-key for rasterizing a layer is "cmd-return" on the Mac. Old habits are hard to break, and this is an old Photoshop habit of mine to exit out of text areas, but in Publisher it will rasterize my text area into multiple layers. I could not find a way to change this. Any tips? Thanks
I successfully installed it but it will not open despite warning me that there may be UI and performance issues because I refuse to use Windows Aero. I'm sure my workstation is plenty powerful enough to bypass these problems. Any chance of making the warning a warning, not just a refusal to launch the program? 2x Xeon E5-2630v3 (8 core, 2.4GHz Base), 64GB RAM, Quadro K4200, Windows 7 Enterprise.