Quick follow up to
this after having looked at the example some more. It is a little more
complicated than candidate margins. It can be done though
- Oval/Box -> Oval
Justification -> Vert -> Bottom
- Oval/Box -> Shift Box
->Vert -> 18.
I have to say
though, does Brampton have a lot of free time on their hands or something?
Why not use the defaults and be done with it? They seem to have every race
drawing button turned on.
Setup -> Ballot
Options -> Margins -> Candidate Margins -> Top.
I have had many customer comments regarding the unequal
space for the first and last candidates when double spacing. I put in
a blank header as the first entry in the candidate list, clicked the top
line in another header with a thick L/R and dragged it onto the candidate
list. The spacing appears equal between the line and first candidate
appears equal to the last candidate.
Re Ballots for City of Brampton.
We have received a
first draft of the ballots for Ward 1, and I make the
* Increase the white space above the name of the first
each race so that the white space above and below the name
is the same