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    Pipe tag leader take off

    Hi There,

    Probably a simple answer that I just can't seem to find on the internet. I have a pipe tag that is 3 lines and cannot seem to figure out how to change where the leader position takes off from the text. It is presently set to the center, however I would like it to be at the top.

    Many thanks!

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    the leader always only goes to the centre of whatever you have in your tag. To make it look like it's coming off the top, you will need to create "invisible" items (like labels that use parameters you never use) that make the "top" of your tag in the centre.

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    Like evan says:
    We put a vertical invisible line in our tag, bigger than the labels, that is centered on where we want the leader position to lead from

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