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    Unhappy Help: Word Document - adding photos to Table

    Hello,

    I have been working on creating e-mail signatures for my company for an hour now. It is completely stressing me out.

    I have the logo in the signature and I have to set it as 'inline with text' or it won't copy over when I copy into outlook.

    My issue is when ever I do this, the position of the cell changes and it changes the look of the signature.

    Someone please please help as no amount of coffee is helping this situation.

    I have attached the document I am working with, this is how I want it to look but for the life of me I cant get the picture to stay put when I click inline with text for alignment

    Signature.docx

    Jodie

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    For the cell in which the logo appears, you need to change the :
    1. row height specification from 'at least' to 'exactly'; and
    2. paragraph format to 0 space before/after with single line spacing and about a -0.25cm left indent.
    Cheers,

    Paul Edstein
    [MS MVP - Word]

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