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MS Word 2003 - Viewing / Formatting Objects, Pics

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When I use Microsoft Word, I'm having trouble 'viewing' and 'formating' objects that I insert. For example, after I insert a .gif into my document, all I see is a blank box / border instead of the image. Same goes for any other objects (equations, embedded excel charts ...) . And when I right click on these boxes, I don't have the option to 'format object ...' (i can't select it). Funny thing is, this is not the case when I choose to view the document in 'Reading Layout', the problem only happens in 'print layout, normal layout, web layout'.

This only happens in Word (Excel, Powerpoint, Frontpage are all okay)

Please help me!! I went to the Microsoft site and that didn't help!

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