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    WORD (WORD 2002)

    I have Word 2002 software and I bought the book, Word 2002: The complete Reference, and thought I was really on top of things. Nope! A problem persists and here it is.

    I copied over to Word 2002 a web page from the Internet that I enjoyed for its format and utility regarding a personal need. It moved over nicely as I had hoped.

    I attached an art panel to it and sent both off to the Internet. No problem as both can be found in my register of sends. They went out there but only the webpage can be viewed - - NOT the art panel since its sending address does not conincide with the implanted address attached to it by Word 2002.

    I have viewed the language behind my webpage and find my art panel has all sorts of address, none of which I desire and the added address keeps the viewing of the art panel from happening. Word 2002 refuses my several attempts to change the address of the art panel shown on the webpage.

    Can anyone clear this up for me?


    See the webpage (without the art panel at its top) at this address:

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    Re: WORD (WORD 2002)


    That link is busted. Had fun looking around the web site though! We know Loomis well..
    Kevin <IMG SRC= alt="Keep the change, ya filthy animal...">
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    Re: WORD (WORD 2002)

    I'm a little confused by your terminology.
    Art Panel? - Do you mean a graphic, like a JPEG or a GIF?
    Sent off to the Internet? - Did you email it to someone or upload it your your webserver?

    Unless of course, these are new terms from Word 2002 (which I haven't looked at yet) <img src=/S/grin.gif border=0 alt=grin width=15 height=15>. In which case, I obviously won't be much help to you.
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