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2whldreams

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Greetings.

I need software that allows random parallel lines to be made equidistant from one another for a Logo project. Also, arcs but not necessarily circles.

I tried Word 2007 but there are not enough reference lines to ascertain whether everything is parallel, equidistant, etc.

Thank you in advance for your time and consideration.
 

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I'm going to move this to digital imaging; you will probably get more looks at it there.

and welcome to TSG. :)
 

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With Photoshop, you could also animate those parallel lines and arcs
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