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Jennifer

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Icon image has extra bottom leading
« on: August 09, 2014, 12:53:04 PM »
I captured the PDF bookmark icon (the page with the bookmark ribbon) to use in a Word document. In Visio, I cropped the image to remove all of the border and I deleted the cropped part (Format | Picture | Compression). But when I paste the image into a Word document, it has a white border, especially at the bottom, which makes it sit above the text line.

If I save the image from Visio as a PDF and insert that into Word, the border is much smaller.

How can I eliminate the border entirely and get it to sit right on the text line?
Using Visio 2019, part of Office 365 on Windows 10

wapperdude

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Re: Icon image has extra bottom leading
« Reply #1 on: August 10, 2014, 09:13:19 AM »
Does the desired image have white in it?  If not, use Visio to save as a png file, and set transparency color to white.  Thought ought to get rid of the border.

Hard to tell without seeing the icon, though.

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