Snap Point/Line

Inserts a snap point or snap line (also known as guide) that you can use to quickly align objects. Snap points and snap lines do not appear in printed output.

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tip

You can drag a snap line from the rulers and drop them on the page. To delete a snap line, drag it back to the ruler.


Draw or move an object near a snap point or snap line to snap it in place.

To set the snap range, choose in the Options dialog box.

Snap points dialog

Position

Sets the position of a selected snap point or line relative to the top left corner of the page.

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You can also drag a snap point or snap line to a new position.


X axis

Enter the amount of space you want between the snap point or line and the left edge of the page.

Y axis

Enter the amount of space you want between the snap point or line and the top edge of the page.

Type

Specified the type of snap object you want to insert.

Point

Inserts a snap point.

Vertical

Inserts a vertical snap line.

Horizontal

Inserts a horizontal snap line.

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