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Old 06-27-2014, 05:20 AM
suzan suzan is offline Inserting Images into a Table Cell without Moving the Text Windows 8 Inserting Images into a Table Cell without Moving the Text Office 2013
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Hello, first time poster here.



I recently upgraded to Microsoft 2013 and Windows 8 OS. And now I've encountered a problem that I hadn't had before.

I'm trying to insert an image into a table cell. I have it formatted as "in front of text." When I begin moving the image into place, the text in the cell moves! In previous versions of Word, I could go into more layout options and just uncheck the layout in table cell option and it would fix the problem.

The problem that I have now is that the layout in table cell option is grayed out and I can't uncheck it!

Please help because this is extremely frustrating due to the fact that I was able to fix this problem before. Thanks.
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