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Old October 25th 07, 05:21 PM posted to microsoft.public.word.docmanagement
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Default Partial Protection of a document

I have a word document 2002 that I am trying to protect the footer as well as
"lock" the placement of grapics, but still allow the user to switch the
graphic out. For instance, the picture is currently a fill for a rounded
square autoshape. i need the user to switch out the picture without resizing
the shape. Is this possible?
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