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The Parallel Division function takes a selected panel ruler and divides it evenly as many times as you want. You can create vertical divisions, horizontal divisions, or both.

To create parallel divisions of a panel ruler, follow these steps:

1. Sclect the Object Selector from the Tools palette and make sure that the Select All Continuous Points on Ruler check box is selected on the Tool Options palette.

2. On the panel ruler layer, click the panel you wish to divide.

3. From the main menu, choose Ruler: Panel Ruler:;Split By Interval.

The Panel Ruler Split by Interval dialog box appears, as shown in Figure 7-14,

Figure 7-14:

The Panel Ruler Split By Interval dialog box.

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4. Dccidc how you want the panels split by selecting one of the radio buttons under Split Selected Ruler By Interval.

You're given two choices on how to split the panels:

* Parallel to Page Side: This option produces panels where the borders are at 90 degree angles, as shown in the middle in Figure 7-15.

• Parallel to Panel Ruler Side: Choosing this option creates panels In which the borders are parallel to the panel rulers surrounding it, which you can see in the bottom in Figure 7-15.

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Figure 7-15:

You can divide a panel ruler parallel to the page (middle) or to the surrounding panel rulers (bottom).

Panel split parallel to panel ruler sides

Figure 7-15:

You can divide a panel ruler parallel to the page (middle) or to the surrounding panel rulers (bottom).

Panel split parallel to panel ruler sides

5. If you want the panel ruler divided vertically, select the Vertical check box and enter the number of splits in its corresponding text box.

6. If you want the panel ruler divided horizontally, select the Horizontal check box and enter the number of splits in its corresponding text box.

Note that you can split a panel both vertically and horizontally if you wish,

7. Click OK when you're done.

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