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My newsletters are often about 30 pages long and the text connects throughout. When changing the zoom part-way through the document, the text at the end of the page drifts over into the next page or vice versa. The Microsoft site has an article "Text baseline shifts when you change the Zoom percentage in
Publisher 2003" which seems vaguely relevant and they suggest using Adobe Type 1 PostScript fonts which, they say "appear on the Font list in Publisher 2003 with a printer icon next to them". Not on my copy they don't! But I'd be interested to try them out although I don't know about paying lots of money for them which is what I found when I searched the internet. Their other suggestion of using large zooms of 400% - 800% seems laborious if you have to keep rechecking what's happened to your text position every minute or two! Any ideas please? Regards, Geoff
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