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On 15/02/2012 at 08:13, Michael Adams <> wrote:

I can only tell you where it was:
Tools - Options... - Appearance
              Text Boundaries (2nd from the top)

Perhaps they just have it off by default? Seems silly to re-program
just for a tick box setting.

No, this is not a case. Text Boundaries are still on by default, but instead 
of lines around printing area, they are simply small lines in each corner of a 
page. Turning Text Boundaries off will hide them.

At least in 3.5-rc3, because I had no time to test final 3.5.
Best regards
Mirosław Zalewski

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