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Old 03-28-2010, 05:10 AM
FUZZYFELT30 FUZZYFELT30 is offline Images move when printed Windows Vista Images move when printed Office 2000
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Hi, I am trying to put together a small kids menu and when I print the images move to the other page, it is very frustrating and I have wasted too much paper and ink, the lap top is about to be thrown across the room!!



I have attached two images showing what I mean. Any help would be gratefully appriciated.

Thanks

P.S please ignore the image of the bell, I can't draw and it won't be used!!!!
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Old 03-28-2010, 06:25 PM
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Before printing use print preview, it will save you lots of paper. Additionally, I would change around the settings on the picture under Text Wrapping in the Format tab, choose behind the text so that the image doesnt interfear
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Old 03-29-2010, 12:35 AM
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Thanks for your reply, I had done that, and the print preview show it fine, it isn't until you actually print that I have the problem. I have started to print to PDF to save the paper :-) Any more tips would be welcome.
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Old 03-29-2010, 09:06 PM
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I see you have screenshots or some form of uploaded files, can you explain what they are?
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I know that switching software is a pain, but the first thing that comes to mind is that you should be using Publisher for this project (if you have it). Publisher is ideal for this kind of project, and it absolutely does not attempt to flow your images or text boxes to pages other than the ones where they were first set. At this point, you can even cut and paste your Word text into Publisher text boxes for a quick transition.

Since that probably isn't a preferred option at this point, here are some ideas in Word. I've had that same problem with jumping images that only move when I go to print or change screen views. It seems to be a bug. First, the basics. In your position options, make sure the picture position is set relative to page or margin for both vertical and horizontal. This will stop it from trying to flow with text. Next, I have had luck with setting the text wrapping options from square to tight, tight to square, from anything to behind text. For some reason, this has made Word think about the image placement differently and stop moving my picture around. I hope it works for you. Best of luck.
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