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Subject:FW: Word picture question From:David Chisma <dchisma -at- retaildir -dot- com -dot- au> To:"TECHWR-L (E-mail)" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com> Date:Thu, 2 Mar 2000 08:31:57 +1100
Dave Chisma wrote:
Click on the picture and press Shift+F9. If the field code doesn't display,
I reckon Word's lost the file (or it wasn't really linked in the first
There are no stupid questions, there's only stupid Word.
Retail Directions Group
dchisma -at- retaildir -dot- com -dot- au
From: Holstad, Scott [mailto:holstads -at- zuk -dot- com]
Sent: Thursday, 2 March 2000 6:30
Subject: Word picture question
Stupid question, but I gotta ask: Does anyone know of a way to identify
(via Properties or otherwise) the Word icon identifying where a picture was
in a document? I'm working on inherited material, chock full of linked
images. Unfortunately, about a quarter of the images are missing and I have
no way of identifying what the image was so I can find a replacement. When
I right-click on the icon, I do not see a Properties option. Any help would
be appreciated. Thanks,