Re: Printing graphics to the edge of the paper
I'm having trouble with what I thought would be a simple thing: printing a
Word doc in which a graphic extends to the edge. The graphic sits in the
upper left corner and is supposed to "bleed" to the edge.
But instead of letting the graphic do this, Word overlays a margin (or crops
the graphic) so that the lower-right corner of the graphic is in the same
place, but the top and left sides of the graphic are missing/cropped.
I've looked on microsoft.com and mvps.org, as well as searched the archives.
I tried the fixes I found (mostly setting the graphic to "float over" the
text, which it already was, and toying with the margins), but they didn't
work. Unfortunately, leaving the overlaid/cropped margin as-is is not an
option. Both my ideas and my patience are exhausted.
Does anyone know how to browbeat Word into submission?
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- RE: Printing graphics to the edge of the paper, Andrew Dugas
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