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Old 02-08-2005, 02:51 AM   #1
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Default Step and Repeat in FreeHand

Today I was caught out badly with a Freehand 10 job on the Mac. It's been quite some time and a couple of versions since I needed to do this (a step and repeat) in FreeHand, and I can't find where to do it in the current version. The job required reproduction of a business card with a stylised umbrella logo and waves. The umbrella wasn't too hard to reproduce, but the waves definitely needed step and repeat. Where did it go? I can do it in InDesign, but used to do it a lot in FreeHand.

Here's what I needed to reproduce. I did a standard copy and paste and move, but what a waste of time lining everything up afterwards! Oh, and yes, the blotches are staple holes, and yes, there was one through a critical part of the umbrella logo. <g>
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