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The headers/footers additions make a great way to place letterheads onto a
form.
However, upon closing the headers tool the pictures and text pale into a
watermark.
Is there an adjustment to get the full density of pictures and text into
headers?
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That's just the way Word works. When you are in the header/footer layer, the
document layer is dimmed, and vice versa. If you want a WYSIWYG view, you
can use Print Preview. If you want to send something WYSIWYG, send a PDF.

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The headers/footers additions make a great way to place letterheads onto a
form.
However, upon closing the headers tool the pictures and text pale into a
watermark.
Is there an adjustment to get the full density of pictures and text into
headers?


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That is what I wanted to know.

I hope Microsoft will take the suggestion to use this as letterhead document
as I cannot get my letterhead photo to lock anchor usually and when I do the
following pages break the anchor when the second page starts.

Thank you!

"Suzanne S. Barnhill" wrote:

That's just the way Word works. When you are in the header/footer layer, the
document layer is dimmed, and vice versa. If you want a WYSIWYG view, you
can use Print Preview. If you want to send something WYSIWYG, send a PDF.

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Microsoft MVP (Word)
Words into Type
Fairhope, Alabama USA
http://word.mvps.org

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The headers/footers additions make a great way to place letterheads onto a
form.
However, upon closing the headers tool the pictures and text pale into a
watermark.
Is there an adjustment to get the full density of pictures and text into
headers?



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I'm not sure what you're saying, but see
http://sbarnhill.mvps.org/WordFAQs/Letterhead.htm to see if it helps.

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That is what I wanted to know.

I hope Microsoft will take the suggestion to use this as letterhead
document
as I cannot get my letterhead photo to lock anchor usually and when I do
the
following pages break the anchor when the second page starts.

Thank you!

"Suzanne S. Barnhill" wrote:

That's just the way Word works. When you are in the header/footer layer,
the
document layer is dimmed, and vice versa. If you want a WYSIWYG view, you
can use Print Preview. If you want to send something WYSIWYG, send a PDF.

--
Suzanne S. Barnhill
Microsoft MVP (Word)
Words into Type
Fairhope, Alabama USA
http://word.mvps.org

"Blue Seahorse Syndicate" Blue Seahorse
wrote in message
news
The headers/footers additions make a great way to place letterheads
onto a
form.
However, upon closing the headers tool the pictures and text pale into
a
watermark.
Is there an adjustment to get the full density of pictures and text
into
headers?




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