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questril
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Since: May 12, 2006
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PostPosted: Fri May 12, 2006 2:41 pm    Post subject: Convert grouped objects to .jpg picture
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Word 2000
I have a document in which I have a number of grouped objects. The objects
consist of .jpeg images grouped with text boxes.
I want to convert these grouped objects to .jpg images to make insertion in
other documents and re-sizing easier.
I can copy the object and then "Edit, Paste as new picture" in MS Photodraw;
this image can then be saved as a .jpg file.
This technique works fine for some of the grouped objects, but for others
the text box part of the image pastes as a blank rectangle.
Is there an easier and more reliable way of making this conversion?
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Jezebel
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Since: Feb 24, 2005
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PostPosted: Sat May 13, 2006 12:22 pm    Post subject: Re: Convert grouped objects to .jpg picture [Login to view extended thread Info.]
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If you need to resize then GIFs would be better than JPGs; but in both
cases, text will not resize felicitously: But if quality is not a concern,
you could just take a screen shot.


"questril" wrote in message

> Word 2000
> I have a document in which I have a number of grouped objects. The
> objects
> consist of .jpeg images grouped with text boxes.
> I want to convert these grouped objects to .jpg images to make insertion
> in
> other documents and re-sizing easier.
> I can copy the object and then "Edit, Paste as new picture" in MS
> Photodraw;
> this image can then be saved as a .jpg file.
> This technique works fine for some of the grouped objects, but for others
> the text box part of the image pastes as a blank rectangle.
> Is there an easier and more reliable way of making this conversion?
>
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