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  1. I'm working on a catalog that make use of tab stops a lot. I have created a paragraph style with all the tab stops needed. Great. But now i have a paragraph that need to have a new tap stop at the beginning of the line. To my surprise, Publisher don't let me add a tab stop lower than the higher already existing. if i enter the measure manually, it jumps to the automatically added value. If I decrease the measure clicking the arrows or with the mouse wheel, only goes down to the value of the higher tab. How can I add a smaller tab to a paragraph then? This means that i need to recreate all tabs in crescent order from scratch or modify all tabs values already existing. Does not make sense. Steps to reproduce: Create a paragraph Create some tab stops in the tabs panel, let's say: 10mm, 25mm, 50mm and 78mm Now try to create a tab stop at 13 mm. Impossible. Only let you create tabs 78mm or bigger.
  2. How can I insert a tab stop as an end character? «\t» does not work.
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