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  1. Hi there! My goal is to use a master page with empty picture frames on it. Later these frames are supposed to be filled on regular pages. However, some of them need some treatment after beeing imported, be it a levels adjustment or something else. And here my problem starts. Lets have a closer look: Create a new document with any number of pages and use a default master page. Go to the master page and create two empty picture frames. Apply this master to all of your regular pages. Go to one oft he regular pages, select one of the picture frames and click on „replace image“. Choose an appropriate image from your disk. Repeat this for the second picture frame. Now select one of the images and apply any adjustment filter, e.g. „Brightness + Contrast“. Once applied I can’t remove the adjustment any more! I can’t even tweak the settings any more or switch off the adjustment - no matter what layer I select in the layers panel. Am I doing something wrong? I’ve attached a file to demonstrate the problem. Perhaps it’s just me… Best, Volker problem-with-pic-frames.afpub
  2. Today I placed multiple photos in picture frames. The photos came directly out of the camera (Nikon D50), all taken in portrait format. When looked at in any photo viewer, the orientation was correct; when I placed them (linked) in Publisher, they all came out in landscape format and I had to rotate them by 90 degrees. Could this be fixed? I guess Publisher somehow ignored the camera information about the orientation. Thanks for the effort! I appreciate it very much! Greetings Jan
  3. Hi, 1. Create multiple picture frames. 2. Select all the picture frames. 3. Place a single photo (same photo) in all the frames. The photo in the first picture frame is in the right proportion, whereas the same photo in the other frames is distorted. Regards, Vijay

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