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Pasted Objects Don't Appear (Word 2007)

Postby SmltIEou » Thu, 04 Jun 2009 00:38:07 GMT

Often when I paste an object, one of two things will happen:
1) If I am pasting into a document (NOT into a frame): The object will paste 
to the document but will not be visible until I re-size the view (e.g.: go 
from page width to full page view, for example).
2) If I am pasting into a document (INTO A FRAME): The object does not paste 
until the second aste
I guessing these are quirks of the 2007 Word.  Any way to cure these ills?

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