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Subject:FW: Word again From:"Moore, Tracey" <TMoore -at- PARKERVISION -dot- COM> Date:Mon, 15 Feb 1999 16:32:16 -0500
I have had three people suggest I remove the border by checking under
BORDERS AND SHADING. I have double-checked my graphic, and there is no
border. As stated below, it still says "NO LINES" and "NO FILL" under
BORDERS AND SHADING.
Any other ideas?
My original post:
Anybody ever run into this problem?
I have a graphic in Word that prints with a small border around it.
Under FORMAT PICTURE, I have selected "NO LINES" and "NO FILL". I have
tried sending the graphic "to the back" and "behind the text".
Also, I placed a text box on top of this troublesome graphic that is
filled with white, and yet the graphic shows through the text box.
None of this shows up in PRINT PREVIEW or on screen, only when I print.