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Hi Affinity Community, This question has probably been asked before but is it possible to align text in a shape once it's been converted to text frame? I have segmented a donut and would like the text to align as if there were invisible lines pointing away from the centre of the doughnut - essentially a fan of words going around the wheel. The arrow in the attached photo is an attempt to try an illustrate the direction of said invisible lines. Thank you!
I have been producing a 44 page quarterly magazine for a local society to which I belong for a year now. My first three were produced using Open Office Writer and came back from the printers OK, however the August copy produced in Publisher has come back from the printers with text alignment errors on facing pages, I am now trying to fathom out what went wrong I use Times New Roman 12pt for the text and Times New Roman 14pt bold for the article titles. I have set these options in my styles. I used the baseline grid feature in Publisher. All looked fine on screen,, I exported all pages to PDF and rechecked still looked fine. I exported all pages to PDF and sent to the printers. Not intending to print myself, did not look at the print options. I have since selected print as book , print spread then print to PDF. Here I could clearly see the alignment errors. is there a view that will show me page 1 and 44, 2 and 43, 3 and 42 etc?. as if it were a book layout?