I am a new user of Printmaster Plat. 12. Have used other PM Programs in past though and thought they were much more user friendly. I am using a half fold greeting card to design a program for an event. I chose a template and then deleted all its text, objects etc. I am using Windows 7 and everything is updated so I do not think this is a software issue but obviously do not know for sure
Issue is that I type the layout as I want it and then indent cetain words how I want them but they do not stay. The layout looks just as I want when the text box is on but as soon as I click off it, certain words convert to other positions and that is the way it prints. I try again and the same words do the same thing. I can't seem to correct it because when I click the text box to do so, they move back to where I want them! This would be easier to understand if you seen it but can someone help? I have tried aligning them to left and then indenting the ones I want etc. but not working. What am I doing wrong?
Also. Now I tried to re-arrange some text so I "cut" the line from bottom of page and then used "paste" to put it at top and it does not paste. I need to retype it now because it does not allow me to cut and paste either.
ORIGINAL: katgrif I chose a template and then deleted all its text, objects etc. ...The layout looks just as I want when the text box is on but as soon as I click off it, certain words convert to other positions ...What am I doing wrong?
I have no problem "indenting" sentences with spaces. Prints fine. So I suspect your problem is the template. Even though you deleted the elements, the template's formatting remains and this may be causing your problem.
Start from scratch with a new blank project. When you add a new text box to it, you'll see your text comes out fine.
Yes the hot key works, for pasting. Made a new program from scratch. Still had some issues with an indent area but worked much better and finally got it done. I thank you. Grateful you know what is going on :)
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