Glad it worked for you. That was the solution on the one and only post I found about that error message. I would have gotten back sooner, but I had an equipment malfunction - I knocked my Trackball Explorer off the desk and broke an internal plastic part. Krazy glue fixed that but then a pin broke off the circuit board when I tried to reseat the ribbon cable. Oh Well!!
I just found this. LAYOUTGRIDADD.
It doesn't label the coordinates. But it creates a grid in MS that can be adjusted in Properties or gripped and dragged to enlarge or minimize. You could label it with a Note Style.
Also, can I say, very random!
Yes. You have to adjust the way the grid compiles and insert it or move it to an even intersection. This is what happens when you have Autocomplete on. You see a command and wonder what that does. Next thing you know you're in OZ running from the flying monkeys!!
Just make sure you have the right subassembly for that yellow-brick road.
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