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Old 01-23-2009, 10:23 AM
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MSWord Placeholders Bug; replaced pics don't retain position
 
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Default MSWord Placeholders Bug; replaced pics don't retain position

Hello All,



A very frustrating glitch, that I've been fiddling with all week and still am at a stand-still for fixing, is getting in the way of continuing work on an organization chart. It is:
Any time I try to "Change Picture" from the dropdown box of one of the pictures, the new picture shifts downwards just a little bit. I cannot get replaced pictures to stay where the last picture was!

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I've attached one of the chart documents and one of the photos that I'll need to switch out. Take a look at the document, if you could, and try replacing one of pictures at the top of the page with the attached picture. Expect the picture to resize a bit, but that's easily fixed. What's NOT is that the actual placeholder has moved! Look at the bottom of the picture: It's a couple pixels lower than the others.

How do I move it back up to be in sync with the other photos? Or better yet, how do I keep it from moving at all?? I'm at the end of my wits.

Btw, I'm on Word 2008 for Mac.
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