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  1. I created text boxes at the bottom of my pages to hold page numbers. I want them to be centered on their respective pages. But for a two-page spread, the alignment options only align them with respect to the double page spread. I can transform the layers to give precise x/y coordinates, but that requires me doing the math for right and left pages - it seems like there should be an easier way to center them.
  2. Hi...Designer Newbie here.... (obviously). I'd like to create a basic footer on a master page in Publisher that includes the document title, (left justified), a page x of y (right justified), and a rule above the text. Something like: --------------------------------------------------------------------------- My Document Title Page 5 of 9 I've been fiddling with a one line table, and just putting in the text without a table...but how can I get the rule? Or is there a better way altogether to do a footer? Thanks. --- Larry
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