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image formatting for older microsoft word

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okay here's my story, i put some jpeg imaiges on a cd-rw so i could take them to the local library to print out, well i get there and i open up word and go to insert picture and i go to insert it but it says its not compatable-or something like that.

i have microsoft word here at home, do you think if i inserted the picture on my own computer and saved it as a microsoft word document would it be compatable with the other microsoft program at the library?......i am having such a hard time trying to print out things!
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Is there a reason why you do not print them direct without inseting in to Word

You can use PDFReDirect

Insert an image and any text you need into a Word document, press file then print, select PDFReDirect as the printer to make a PDF, save this to CDR and take it to the library


Click v2.1 now available! [Upgrade here] on the page then scroll down to


For a smooth upgrade, please make sure that all programs have been stopped. To be absolutely sure, it is best if you reboot before upgrading:

Full download of PDF reDirect v2.1 is available [HERE] (5.3 MB).

Click here on the page to download PDFReDirect

Test it with a couple of files but the library should print a PDF Document
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