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Problem with Watermarks in Word 2003

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I wonder if anyone can help please?

I've created documents containing a table in Word in portrait, and by necessity, with quite a full page - 0.5cm margin top & bottom.

Once I apply a watermark to the page the bottom cell of the table 'drops' to a newly inserted sheet, thus making a 3 page doc a 4 pager, and destroying the table appearance. This is irrespective of the font size of the watermark etc.

Any ideas please why this is occurring and how I can get around it?
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Hi basils57,

Sorry for the late response. You can try changing the Table Properties so that Text wrapping is set to "Around". If you hover over the upper left corner of the table, you should find the cursor changes to somewhat of a compass. Right-click here and you'll be able to select Table Properties.


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