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Subject:Re: Corel Draw From:"Michael A. Lewis" <lewism -at- BRANDLE -dot- COM -dot- AU> Date:Fri, 24 Oct 1997 09:41:57 +1000
Damien Braniff wrote:
> I've (on and off) had a funny with Corel and wondered if anyone knew the
> cause/solution. Inserting an object into Word, create the drawing, update
> and close. The drawing is fine but the text is "funny" - not scaled,
> overruns boxes etc. Any ideas?
I've seen precisely this problem, even using Word Draw, with one
important exception: it's only screwed up on-screen -- printing is fine.
In your position, I would start asking questions about fonts and printer
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