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El Barto

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'Ello,

I have several word documents that I have saved, they have pasted and imported image files in them I used to be able to view them just by opening up my Word document but now when I open my word document up it just doesn't display them, I get a white box with a black border around it instead. If I go to print preview then I can see the images, but it is most usefull to be able to see them while typing out a document, I used to be able to see the these and I haven't made any changes to these documents in a few week. I think it may have been some settings I have changed in Word in it, can any one help me out please?

Thank you in advance, El Barto.
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Do you get the image if you double click near the box, maybe pressing help then detect and repair will do it
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'Ello,

Yes when I double clickthe image it shows me the pictures, but when i click off them it no longer shows them. I just tried that detect and repair function, but no effect :tazz:.

Thanx for the suggestion any way.
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Check this link and see if it helps:

http://webapps.acs.c...re/wordpicture/
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Usually, if you double click to one side of the image it stays there
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Usually, if you double click to one side of the image it stays there

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Thats worked, I did take your advise the first time but I clicked on the right hand side of the image, this time I clicked on the left hand side and it worked :tazz:. Thank you ;), the images are at a lower resolution now though I think, for lack of a better word they look rougher now but they print out fine which is the main thing for these documents at the moment.

Thank you again ;).
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Thank you for letting me know
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