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    Snap To

    In computer graphics and page layout programs, a means of accurately positioning or drawing objects in which "magnetic" grid lines are placed on the screen (or page) and objects brought within a certain distance to these lines will "snap" to them, the edge of the object aligning along the grid line.

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