Aligning small text or graphics in a sign
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Aligning small text or graphics in a sign

Let's say you are making an 18" x 24" sign with two colors and lots of text or small graphics that need to be aligned or text that needs to be square to the sides. Just draw and center (Horiz. & Vert. )a border (in this case 17.5" x 23.5")in the same color and center the border on the sign...after application, remove the border and your text and graphics are placed exactly! Do this for as many colors as you have...save time, and increase profits!

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