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Default Image placement in Word 2003

Hi S_Nyaya,

Images sometimes move to the edge of the page or change pages, often
superimposed on other images, when I am in Word 2003 working on a document
with several included images.

This happens when parahraphs are selected for a font change or page margings
are changed for a document.

Can somebody let me know where is the setting to prevent images moving or
snapping to page edges please? I do understand that th eoriginal place might
be lost on reformatting some page margin settings, paragraph font change or
style change, but why is are the jumps so seemingly random?

This may depend on how the objects are anchored. If they're positioned
horizontally relative to a CHARACTER, for example, and the position of that
character changes, a graphic could move across the page.

Best is to check the Advanced settings for the graphic objects Layout in the
Format dialog box. You can choose to position a graphic relative to the page,
to the margin, to a paragraph or - horizontally - to a character.

Cindy Meister
INTER-Solutions, Switzerland
http://homepage.swissonline.ch/cindymeister (last update Jun 8 2004)
http://www.word.mvps.org

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