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Old 02-08-2007, 11:58 AM   #1
Robin Springall
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Default Beware moving in PDFs

Grrrr, Aggrobrat!!
Here's a warning: Aggro Pro 7 has a TouchUp tool (oo-er, missus). Click on it, select all, and you find you can shove the whole document about if you need to. Ah, but no! This occasionally results in items either not moving, or disappearing completely (especially little teeny-weeny important bits that you don't notice).

If you really have to move the whole document, always bite the bullet and do it properly: place the file in an InDesign document, then move the frame. Takes a bit longer, but then you won't have to reprint the whole damn job!

I really ought to give this up and live on a Greek island...

   
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