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  1. Sorry, many questions today.. Well is there a way to move the point Zero of the Roulers if needed ? greetings
  2. I need to adjust the zero position of the rulers in order to allow for a bleed and then precisely position items within my image. Is this possible or is it a case of a little bit of mental arithmetic each time?
  3. Hi everybody, when setting up a document with e.g. 3 mm bleed, my ruler zero mark starts where the bleed starts. This is not correct and unuseful for calculating positions. Am i missing something? Thanks in advance Andreas
  4. Option to zero (0:0) the ruler both vertically and horizontally at any part of the page. Drag and drop - double click to reset to default. Please. S
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