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    I've pasted vertical arrows in five vertically merged cells in a table in Word 2007.
    In order to get them to print correctly aligned on my HP Laserjet, or as a pdf, I have to offset them vertically.
    The arrow objects have locked anchor and layout in table checked.
    I can find no logical reason for this behaviour
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    Can you post a Word document containing the problem page, so we can take a look?

    Gary

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    I would if I could find out how Gary

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    At the bottom of this thread, click on the "Add Your Reply" button.

    Below the text area where you type in the content of your post, you'll see a Browse button (see illustration below) - click on that to navigate to the location of the document you want to upload. Once the file name appears in the text area to the left of the Browse button, click on the blue Upload file button below it. Then when you click on "Add Reply", the attachment will appear with your reply.

    [attachment=89696:Upload File pic.JPG]

    Hope that helps,
    Gary
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