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Windows 10 Home 1809, Publisher 126.96.36.199. When I drag the double-arrow tag at the bottom-left or top-right of a table (I don't know the proper name and can't find it in the Help) it doesn't always produce a new column or row. See the attached GIF where dragging from the tab the first time usually creates a new row/column but after that it only starts to create rows/columns once I've dragged to two row/column heights/widths. Not a major issue, just thought I'd mention it.
GarryP posted a topic in Publisher beta on WindowsWindows 10 Home 1809, Publisher 188.8.131.52. Note: This issue also applies to Columns. When I select multiple rows on a table and choose "Delete Row(s)" from the little drop-down arrow menu - on any row - only one row is deleted. However, if I right-click with multiple rows selected and choose "Delete Row(s)" from the contextual menu then the correct number of rows is deleted. I think both methods should do the same thing, which is to delete all of the selected rows, otherwise the "(s)" suffix is confusing. P.S. It would also be nice to be able to insert multiple rows/columns but that's maybe something for separate request.
Hi, I just learned about your amazing software today, and I've downloaded the trails and watched your videos in Vimeo. Great stuff! I've been wanting to get out and away from Adobe, so as soon as Publisher is released it will be possible. Anyways, I have a question about creating guides. Is it possible to create guides like the inDesign "Create Guides" feature? Where you can specify how man rows and columns and gutter space?