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Ohhh, I like this, use it in Publisher too.


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This could in many cases be unexpected and a lot unpleasant, if you also moved the wrong objects.
Rather, it would be advisable to specify which objects should be attached to the guide permanently, and then move with it.


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7 hours ago, Pšenda said:

This could in many cases be unexpected and a lot unpleasant, if you also moved the wrong objects.
Rather, it would be advisable to specify which objects should be attached to the guide permanently, and then move with it.

If you don't want the 'wrong' objects to move then you do not 'snap' them to the proposed, "Smart Guide".

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4 hours ago, stewart_whaley said:

do not 'snap' them

Even if I need to place them in the same place?


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7 hours ago, Pšenda said:

Even if I need to place them in the same place?

Then you use a regular guide. And if you happened to have used a proposed, "Smart Guide" and objects moved that you didn't want to when you moved the guide then CTRL-Z.

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