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  1. Hello All, I will be honest I am very new to Publisher so I dunno if this a bug or just me doing it wrong. Scenario: Publisher document with the usual 3mm bleed settings place an image that is bigger than document and bleed create a mask and start to create transparent areas for me this is only possible INSIDE the document dimensions and not in the bleed area or beyond...or? I am also not able to select/erase in the bleed area
  2. What title says. Steps to reproduce: place picture stretch it to cover bleeds, switch to Photo, marque selection can't be drawn on bleed. However when moving existing marque it can overlap bleed with no problem.
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