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Started by Jennifer, August 09, 2014, 05:53:04 PM

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Jennifer

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

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.

Wapperdude
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