Graphic boundary box

Discussion in 'Word Graphics' started by pitg, May 27, 2010.

  1. pitg

    pitg Guest

    I'm nearing the end of the creation of a 100+ page booklet (using Word 2007).
    The booklet contains advertisements that involve the use of some graphics
    (primarily JPG format). For ease of placement I've created the ads in
    individual tables. My problem is that many of the graphics are displaying
    with top & left gray boundary box lines that are unwanted. When saving in
    PDF format these lines continue to appear. How do I get rid of these lines
    around my graphics?
     
    pitg, May 27, 2010
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  2. On the Picture Tools Format section of the Ribbon, click on the Compress
    Pictures item in the Adjust section of the Ribbon and click on the Options
    button and uncheck the box for "Automatically perform basic compression on
    save"

    Note, if you have already saved the document with this box checked, I am not
    sure if it will undo the compression.

    Another method that has been suggested to eliminate these lines is to save
    the document in Word 97-2003 format.

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    Hope this helps.

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    services on a paid consulting basis.

    Doug Robbins - Word MVP, originally posted via msnews.microsoft.com
     
    Doug Robbins - Word MVP, May 27, 2010
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