To proof an important flyer, I zommed in to 200 percent and was checking every word in a text box. At the bottom I noticed the dashed outline of the text box didn't exactly align with the blue guide iines. I fixed that, but when I scrolled up to the top, the top of the text box had also shifted. Yes, I'm uising the corner "handles." When I fixed the top alignment, the bottom had .... well, you can guess the rest. How to I fix thsi?
Could be a graphics problem on your system that misinterprets certain things, but could be perfectly intentional. The way you want it to work doesn't really make sense, anyway - since the box doesn't get printed, what would be the point of forcibly squeezing it between two guides? All that matters is the rendered text and in fact it could simply be trying to prevent you from clipping the last line because your changes are below the threshold, i.e. you are only trying to shift by one or two pixels. I realyl think you're trying to be too academic here vs. just focusing on making things look correct...
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