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Objects on Page Scaling with new Master

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Jul 30, 2020

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Haven't done a  book with "regular" art and captions in CC yet. By "regular" I mean we interupt the running text with a figure and a caption placed with wrap set to "Jump Object" so the text flows "around" the art when we need to move things. Looks like this:

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We've always used master pages to make a spread long, or short by one line. However, now, when there is a figure and caption placed on the page and we apply a new master the figure and captoin frames are scaling! This did NOT (and SHOULD NOT, in my not-so-humble opinion) used to happen.

 

Someone PLEASE tell me this is something I can turn off, but just can't find.

 

Thank you,

Ken

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Objects on Page Scaling with new Master

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Haven't done a  book with "regular" art and captions in CC yet. By "regular" I mean we interupt the running text with a figure and a caption placed with wrap set to "Jump Object" so the text flows "around" the art when we need to move things. Looks like this:

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We've always used master pages to make a spread long, or short by one line. However, now, when there is a figure and caption placed on the page and we apply a new master the figure and captoin frames are scaling! This did NOT (and SHOULD NOT, in my not-so-humble opinion) used to happen.

 

Someone PLEASE tell me this is something I can turn off, but just can't find.

 

Thank you,

Ken

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