Re: Picture behind Text in Word
Have you tried opening the header/footer view and placing the picture? If
you float the picture rather than using inline, it should work anywhere on
the page. I know it's not the correct way, but any port in a storm!
I have learned the hard way not to embed anything extra in Word headers or footers, particularly if others will be using your files. Old headers and footers can seemingly resurrect themselves when section breaks are inserted, leaving someone down the line wondering where the strange text came from and how to get rid of it.
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