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Old 31-01-2008, 16:35
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Thumbs up I have a work around for you

I too curse the powerclips and have found the only way to work around is to start a new document, copy & paste the working powerclip object into the new doc & edit the power clip there. When you have finished.... Bring the power clip object back into Original doc. I posted this bug a long time ago but nobody seemed to have the same probs. The actual problem is the amount of information contained within the document. It takes one heck of a lot of data to recreate this bug. If you start a new doc tho, all that data isnt contained there. Only what you paste there, not all the existing stuff you have already edited.
Hope that helps. Regards, Andy
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Old 31-01-2008, 16:52
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Yeah, I also have to use a temporary new document in such cases.
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