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Old 05-20-2021, 10:27 PM
Kenny Kenny is offline Windows 10 Office 2016
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Hi Andrew! Thanks very much for your help and time with those excellent recommendations. Those methods you mentioned are really excellent. The method of using a white box on an in-between layer is an excellent one too. Thanks for mentioning that one.

When you mentioned in your post "x-position and y-position" - it indicated to me that it is possible to get information associated with coordinates of a shape. I was eventually then about to see that ----- after clicking on a shape, and then using right-click of the mouse button to access 'Show ShapeSheet' ----- it then revealed PinX and PinY values, which I think represent the X and Y coordinates ...... which I assume (at the moment) to represent the centre of the shape. Thanks again Andrew! Much appreciated.
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