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Make sure that "Picture placeholders" in the View options (Tools >
Options > View) is not checked. I did that once because I was using a
slow machine and then I forgot to turn the view pictures back on. I
couldn't figure out where my picture went. :-) The image should
still be viewable in Print Preview and in the printout, though.
Leisa Ashbaugh wrote:
> I am trying to copy/paste or insert a Visio drawing into a Word doc. I
> know how to do it (by following procedures in Help) but in Word, the
> Visio drawing does not display properly.
> Results for both: no picture, but a 'frame' for the object is there
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