All three of these files look perfect in Acrobat. Tue, 17 April 2007 13:43 stevent (Photoshop expert) As Bob said, PNG files are your best bet for transparency in Word/Office documents. The system returned: (22) Invalid argument The remote host or network may be down. The logo has a transparent background. news
I'll do so now in case others have this problem in the future. The system returned: (22) Invalid argument The remote host or network may be down. Thus you'd have one version for blue backgrounds, one for yellow, green, red etc.. I plopped the PNG logo I created into each box, resized them to fit, and they look perfect, with no colored fringing.
We've got some great alternatives to try out over the next few days. Please try the request again. Is there any way to make a GIF with slightly better resolution? Thread Tools Show Printable Version Email this Page… Subscribe to this Thread… Display Linear Mode Switch to Hybrid Mode Switch to Threaded Mode April 1st,12:57 PM #1 Problem with vertical lines
Has anyone ran into this problem before and if so, how did you fix it? g. I use them in PowerPoint when I need the transparent background and the seem to work well. Picture Not Showing In Word 2013 Try lowering the pixel size in an editing program.
Stay logged in Sign up now! Click OK You can now move your .png graphic over any text in your Word document and see what is underneath the transparent area.. We tried making tiffs in Photoshop (7.0.1, soon to get a new version), but the files came into the Word documents with either a black or white background. All rights reserved.
Much more simple.Like • Show 0 Likes0 Actions alnesbit @ jbehunin25 on Jan 7, 2016 9:03 AMThought this was going to be great because it looks good in ArcMap. Could it be different printers have different results? I need to fix this not by changing anything on the users' computers, but by changing the document itself. I had to have our outside consultant create them but they now look great!Like • Show 0 Likes0 Actions aujohnson Jun 24, 2014 9:26 AMJust to add, the suggestion of adding
By [email protected] in forum Adobe Acrobat Macintosh Replies: 2 Last Post: September 11th, 08:30 PM tree menu with vertical lines By neuronios in forum Macromedia Flash Data Integration Replies: 0 Last However, most people won't have InDesign. Image Turns Black In Word Re: Word images appear as black box in pdf EMW9s Jan 19, 2012 12:53 AM (in response to [email protected]) I'm using v10.1.2 - only got it last week. Microsoft Word Printing Black Boxes Ziegler "Conversion of pictures from Word 2003 doents" 3/2/04 10:34am
Advertisement Tech Support Guy Home Forums > Software & Hardware > Business Applications > Home Forums Forums Quick Links Search Forums Recent Posts Members Members Quick Links Notable Members Current Visitors navigate to this website Wed, 18 April 2007 10:18 Gordon_Young (Photoshop begginer) If you use a .png image with transparency, do the following. If you have a PNG and you want the background to be transparent - first you'll need to be in layout view - 1)create a point shapefile, 2)place the point where [email protected] Guest April 1st,06:04 PM #5 Re: Problem with vertical lines being created around pictures when creating PDF from WORD Well, sure, not using TIFF files is another solution. :-) Nathan Word With Photo Or Black Crossword
When that image is copied and pasted into a document (e. try pasting it as bitmap Reply With Quote 11-30-2007,11:45 AM #3 mknabster View Profile View Forum Posts Member Since May 22, 2007 Posts 894 Specs:15in MBP 2.5GHz Core2Duo | 1.83Ghz Dual Here's the results of my research: PDF files converted from a Word doent that contains either an RGB black TIFF or a true monochrome TIFF file display with a border and/or More about the author Another friend of a friend suggested creating the original in a vector-based program (we do have Adobe InDesign) and then "converting the text into curves" and then exporting it as a
I think I even once used Arcscan to turn a logo into a shapefile and used that as a quick and dirty workaround.Like • Show 0 Likes0 Actions jimcousins Jul 26, It needs to be a picture form that does not depend on each computer having the same fonts... Once it's in an .mxd you can copy straight from .mxd to .mxd and preserve the transparencies.
Live User Sites Map Book Gallery Video Library Company Information About Esri Careers Esri Insider Blog Esri International User Conference Services Professional Services Project Services Implementation Services Premium Support Services Partners Adobe Illustrator probably can do it but if you don't have it there is the free Inkscape. The time now is 11:36 AM. when I print it, it does have a slight pixellated edge though.
Reply With Quote 11-27-2007,08:52 AM #2 smartyMAC View Profile View Forum Posts Member Since Jun 20, 2007 Location Land of Rising Sun Posts 337 Specs:MB White 160GB, 2GB RAM, that's prob we were afraid of that. [email protected] Guest April 1st,05:43 PM #4 Re: Problem with vertical lines being created around pictures when creating PDF from WORD There is one other solution, instead of going through a total click site If you're not already familiar with forums, watch our Welcome Guide to get started.
I have tried that though and it doesn't make a difference. When you 'Save for Web'->'GIF'->'Transparency on', set the 'Matte' colour to the background colour that the text will sit on. Tue, 17 April 2007 19:27 Robert_Barnett (Photoshop expert) GIF's are limited to 256 colors so it would depend on the subject. No, create an account now.
Advertisements do not imply our endorsement of that product or service. Next, I made 3 MS Word doents using MS Word 2000. The jagged edges will disappear. solid black text over a 50% transparent color oval on a 100% transparent background?)Thanks!GregoryLike • Show 0 Likes0 Actions jimcousins Aug 5, 2013 12:50 PMThat is more difficult.
The resolution looks degraded in layout mode for some reason but once exported to .pdf looks just fine.Like • Show 0 Likes0 Actions larrykung Feb 20, 2014 6:37 AMThe LOGO in FYI, I couldn't put the all the text in the Word doc because its fonts, colors, words, and layout had to be completely controlled by us. At least it works for me in Word 2003. I still have no idea why this makes a difference, but it does.
Short URL to this thread: https://techguy.org/517992 Log in with Facebook Log in with Twitter Log in with Google Your name or email address: Do you already have an account? What are we doing wrong? This doesn't happen on my computer, but it does happen on two of my colleagues computers. Thank you.
This is because this document is going to be distributed to thousands of people, and we need to make sure it displays correctly for them without them having to tweak their