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    Locking Images on MS Word Doc
    Iím looking for a way to lock down various different header and footer images to an MS Word Document. I find that when I send the document to others to read their systems whether they use a Mac or a PC tends to push these headers and footer images downwards where they overlap each other on subsequent pages and then messes up my paragraph structure.

    If I save the Word Doc into a PDF format then automatic borders in the PDF program do the same things and delete parts of these images. Is there a PDF program that wonít do this or a way to lock down these images? I want the document to look the same for whomever views it on whichever system they use. Thank you.

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    You should definitely export to PDF if you want to keep anything locked down on documents. You might want to play around with margins/borders if you find that the exported PDF isn't exactly what the Word document looks like.
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    ...Ashwin


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