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Discussion in 'Business Applications' started by pakiya, Oct 3, 2003.

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  1. pakiya

    pakiya Thread Starter

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    ok i need to make a page with an image as a watermark , found the help page also

    http://masterview.ikonosnewmedia.com/2001/08/13/how_to_use_an_image_as_a_background.htm



    even on the otehr page
    "
    To do this, find an image you want to use as a background image. Insert this background image into PowerPoint and resize it to fill your slide. Now create a chart with large 2D columns. Make a copy of your background image and paste it onto your slide. Change your image to a watermark by clicking the Image Control button on the Picture toolbar."



    now , i click the image control buttion , i dont' get the watermark option only , wat shud i do ??? any clues

    is it office xp or shud i go back to 2000 ?
     
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    Worked fine for me in 97 with SR2
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    bassetman Moderator (deceased) - Gone but never forgotten

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    This is the result
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    pakiya Thread Starter

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    i dont' get that option :-(
    i think will go down to office2000 and c
     
  5. Anne Troy

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    Looks like the jerks changed it from WATERMARK to WASHED OUT.

    Try that, pakiya--in PPT 2002
     
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