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A workaround for this (obviously not the proper proceedure) is: Select the element Cmd+B for Text Frame options Tab+B for Baseline options Check "Custom Baseline Grid" and enter an increment of 1pt instead of spacing default 12pt. This will allow the text box to 'float' nicely without snapping to the Baseline grid.
Have you tried these scripts which inluded in CS3? File > Automate > Picture Package File > Automate > Web Photo Gallery File > Automate > Photo Merge These are some usefull tools to do thing like that you wanted.
I think a custom brush, applied to your rings/grid is probably the way to go, if you can't figure out a way to do it in the appearance palette using Transform.
You should be able to add/modify a paragraph style to achieve this. Check for: Do Not Align To Baseline Grid or set Align to Grid : "None" Not sure how exactly this is named in all versions.
I found a quick way to solve my problem (I have PS CS4): I used "Show Grid", adjusted the size etc in Preferences, got it exactly how I wanted it, and then took a screenshot of the image, Pasted it into my file as a new layer, and trimmed it to size & scale. This will not be hi-res enough for some users, but it was super-quick and worked for my needs.
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