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    insert image into borders and shading art (2003)

    Hi, I am trying to locate where are the art images under the borders and shading in MS Word; I would like to create my own border and insert or import it into the art drop-down. Does anyone has an idea how to do this.

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    Re: insert image into borders and shading art (2003)

    They are not stored as separate files, and the list of available borders etc. can't be customized - it's hard-coded into Word.

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    Re: insert image into borders and shading art (200

    I have a query that I suppose has a parallel in the question: how can you prove a negative. Is there a place one can search for Word (or other Office applications) features that cannot be changed, that is, they are hard-coded? You seem to have a knowledge of a fair number of such features .

    Paul

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    Re: insert image into borders and shading art (2003)

    Thanks HansV, You're still sharp like always. I will continue doing it the all fashion way.

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    Re: insert image into borders and shading art (200

    Hi Paul,

    I don't think there is a central repository of such knowledge, it's spread around. If you search Google and the newsgroups, you'll often find something posted either by a Microsoft employee or by one of the MVPs (who have more access to information inside Microsoft than ordinary mortals such as you and I); that's where I usually get my replies from.

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