Win 7, Publisher 188.8.131.527
I find placing guides via the guide manager impossible on a double-page spread because the guideline measurements do not relate to the zero marks on the rulers if the zeros have been offset from the top left-hand corner. This really bad when placing vertical guides relative to the vertical centre line in the middle of a two-page spread. A guide supposed to be +5" to the right of the centre line actually ends up 5" from the left-hand side of the left page, even though the x-zero mark on the ruler is in the dead centre of the double-page spread. In other words, it ends up -3.5" (i.e. to the left) from the centre line.
Quite right. I did a print screen for this (I usually snip images) and didn't have another way of saving it—now I do. Anyway, glad to know you can replicate the bug.
• It would be nice if centering the X-zero for a double page spread wasn't so tortuous and would hold for all added pages.
• Keep the current manual offset feature as well.
• Also, the Y-zero gets mired at the top of page 1 for some reason on a multi-page spread.
Publisher is a great program but I think the rulers, zeros and Guide Manager feature needs a complete rethink.