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Changing defalut placement of objects

sirwise23sirwise23 Community Member Posts: 442
One thing that I think would help is if you could change the default placement of an object.For example,When I am working on a test, I have a an exact template that even says down to the pixel where things need to be positioned.When I add a question, I line up the question line to the pixel I need it at, which involves moving all the objects grouped together to the right spot. Then I have to check the properties to make sure I am not off by a pixel.It would be great if I could say something like "Place all new objects at X -7 - Y 207."At least for test questions which are usually repetitive. Even when I copy and paste questions and then modify them, they still move to a different position.

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  • markharveymarkharvey Community Member Posts: 2
    Sirwise23, I agree. I am disappointed that this level of default object placement specification control does not already exist.
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