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Does Publisher have a way to gather all the resources a document is using eg. fonts and images and export them to a folder?

I want to share a Publisher document so they can edit it and then they can send it back to me.


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24 minutes ago, stokerg said:

but i do believe

Believe? :D Give her / him / etc. a print-out (or file) from the roadmap for Publisher. Or even better: Share your roadmaps with all of us. ;)

 

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19 hours ago, Joachim_L said:

Share your roadmaps with all of us. 

Given what posts and responses have occurred with previous versions of Roadmaps, it is quite possible that Serif will not go that way anymore.


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8 hours ago, Pšenda said:

Given what posts and responses have occurred with previous versions of Roadmap, it is quite possible that Serif will not go that way anymore.

For future and established customers a roadmap would be nice, but I can imagine why there is no roadmap. No roadmap lifts the pressure from the developers to bring feature x in version y at date z. For a small team servicing three platforms and a software range which is heavily tied together it won't be easy to develop the software I guess.

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23 hours ago, Pšenda said:

Given what posts and responses have occurred with previous versions of Roadmaps, it is quite possible that Serif will not go that way anymore.

Another related reason for not making their internal roadmap publicly available is it is probably much more convoluted than users think, not so much a single 'road' that they will transverse linearly from start to finish but much more like a real roadmap with dozens of roads they could take between point A & point B, each with its own advantages & disadvantages ... except it is really 3 interrelated roadmaps for their three existing 'vehicles' (& possibly a forth for the Affinity DAM) ... & some of the roads are still in the planning stages or under construction! :o


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