[scribus] Internal margins in a text frame
snowshed1 at q.com
Mon Feb 1 03:43:52 UTC 2016
Thank you, Samps.
On 1/31/16 7:53 PM, samps okholm wrote:
> In 'Properties' for the text frame. It's called 'Coloumns and Text
> On Mon, Feb 1, 2016 at 1:20 PM Ken Springer <snowshed1 at q.com> wrote:
>> New to Scribus and to this, I presume a mailing list. I'm accessing it
>> via gmane.org.
>> I'm using Scribus in Windows 7.
>> I've been looking just about everywhere for how to set/control the
>> internal margins of a text frame so the text doesn't butt right up to
>> the frame border.
>> In MS Word, this is called internal margins. What is it called in
>> Scribus, and where do I find it?
>> Mac OS X 10.8.5
>> Firefox 44.0
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