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    I am helping out with a newsletter for a friend. She wants to use a small graphic instead of the first letter in a word. She says you can do this in Publisher, but we do not have Publisher in our office. Can you do this in Word 2007? I have been able to replace the letter with the graphic, but cannot get rid of excess space between the graphic and the former second letter in the word. I would appreciate advice.

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    Welcome to the Lounge!

    There are several ways to wrap text around a picture. See Wrapping Text around a Graphic in Word 2007.
    It's also possible to crop a picture, for example to get rid of a white border around the picture. See the Cropping Pictures section in Add and format images in professional Word 2007 documents.

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    [quote name='HansV' post='778430' date='04-Jun-2009 20:39']Welcome to the Lounge!

    There are several ways to wrap text around a picture. See Wrapping Text around a Graphic in Word 2007.
    It's also possible to crop a picture, for example to get rid of a white border around the picture. See the Cropping Pictures section in Add and format images in professional Word 2007 documents.[/quote]


    Thank you so much. I will read these carefully.

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