Lining up text and graphics

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  • 2. Problem aligning graphics in Word 2000 on a document created in W.
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  • 3. Wordwrap
    I can successfully use word wrap in Publisher, where Publisher has the "Edit wrqp points" button directlu under the five scotty dog buttons in Layout.under "Layout." However, in Word 2002 although word-wrap is shown in the dialong box "Layout" with the five scotty dog buttons, there is no "edit" feature so that "tight" won't work. What's the secret...or have I inadvertantly switched off a vital command? I need to use word wrap around photos/clipart in a newsletter. Rsricho
  • 4. a picture in a word doc only appears during print preview
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  • 5. multi-page TIFF images in Word 2000
    Apparantly the image filter in Word 2000 will not import multi-page TIFFs, it will only import the first page if there is more than one page. Does anyone know of a solution to overcome this obstacle? I have an application that merges variables from a database into Word RTFs, and I need to be able to merge variables that include multi-page TIFF files. Is this issue solved in a more recent version of Word? Thank you.

Re: Lining up text and graphics

Postby Bob Buckland ?:-) » Wed, 02 Mar 2005 04:02:29 GMT

Hi John,

One method is to insert a one row Word table with the graphic in
one cell and your text in the other.

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Hi all...
I would like to insert a square logo at the top left side of a page, and
have our address lined up beside it on its right side. I just can't seem to
get it to work.
Any tips?

Thanks
John>>
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