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Unfortunately, most Word docs I encounter have their graphics
inserted without links. Naturally, these are the docs that people
always seem to want to know if they can get copies of images
out for use in other apps.
Since Joanne is asking how to get her images to refresh, my
guess is that she's dealing with unlinked images, or at least
ones whose links are unable to find their source images.
> Pictures can be linked using the Insert>>Picture menu item as well. When you
> choose the picture with the dialog box, instead of just clicking the Insert
> button, click the drop-down arrow on the Insert button and choose Insert
> Link. Changes to the picture are automatically updated when you open or
> print the document (with default settings) or by highlighting the picture
> then pressing the F9 key.
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