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Hey, I was wondering, if I add an image in my header and afterwards I add the same image in the body and I then check the printpreview I see that the image in the header has a lower opacity. Is there a way I can get these the same? I've been googling but I can't seem to find it.
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Hey, I was wondering, if I add an image in my header and afterwards I add the same image in the body and I then check the printpreview I see that the image in the header has a lower opacity. Is there a way I can get these the same? I've been googling but I can't seem to find it.
Headers are a print feature. They are deliberately faded when you are editing a document (if they are visible at all). When you print the document, they are full strength.

So, no, when you are editing in print preview, you can't see the header at full strength. When you are editing the header, the text in the body of the document is likewise dimmed.
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