Inserted Photos



ssnazzy9
07-09-2005, 11:03 PM
I am a very casual user of Word 2000, however I have a large project for
my husband's 50th reunion and have a problem. I am inserting old and
new photos into documents, but have done this over such a long period
that I cannot remember exactly which photo I have inserted. (I have
multiple copies of these pictures). Also, I am wondering if I change
the location of the stored photo, will the document still find it? Any
help would be appreciated.
Marianne

Luc
07-09-2005, 11:03 PM
Ssnazzy9
Seems to me if you inserted them using Insert - picture from file - select
picture - Insert, there should be no problem if you change the location of
the photo. If however you inserted and linked the picture (which is possible
in Word 2002/2003 don't know about 2000) then moving the picture will get
you in trouble, in that case the photo will not show in your document or
will show as an empty box with a red x in it.
To check wether you inserted or linked, press Alt+F9 in your Word document,
all pictures that are linked will show as {Hyperlink ".../.../picture} or
"Include picture ".../.../...picture.jpg.
If I'm wrong somebody will jump in and execute me on the spot.
Luc
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>I am a very casual user of Word 2000, however I have a large project for
> my husband's 50th reunion and have a problem. I am inserting old and
> new photos into documents, but have done this over such a long period
> that I cannot remember exactly which photo I have inserted. (I have
> multiple copies of these pictures). Also, I am wondering if I change
> the location of the stored photo, will the document still find it? Any
> help would be appreciated.
> Marianne
>
>

ssnazzy9
07-09-2005, 11:03 PM
When I hit alt/F9, nothing happens -- I assume that means they are
inserted, not linked? Is there any way to tell the name of an inserted
file? I've looked all over and can't seem to find anything. Thanks.
Marianne
"Luc" <luc."sanders2"@NOTREalpandora.be> wrote in message
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Ssnazzy9
Seems to me if you inserted them using Insert - picture from file -
select
picture - Insert, there should be no problem if you change the location
of
the photo. If however you inserted and linked the picture (which is
possible
in Word 2002/2003 don't know about 2000) then moving the picture will
get
you in trouble, in that case the photo will not show in your document or
will show as an empty box with a red x in it.
To check wether you inserted or linked, press Alt+F9 in your Word
document,
all pictures that are linked will show as {Hyperlink ".../.../picture}
or
"Include picture ".../.../...picture.jpg.
If I'm wrong somebody will jump in and execute me on the spot.
Luc
"ssnazzy9" <ssnazzy9@hotmail.com> schreef in bericht
news:OGJDnO6aFHA.3808@TK2MSFTNGP14.phx.gbl...
>I am a very casual user of Word 2000, however I have a large project
for
> my husband's 50th reunion and have a problem. I am inserting old and
> new photos into documents, but have done this over such a long period
> that I cannot remember exactly which photo I have inserted. (I have
> multiple copies of these pictures). Also, I am wondering if I change
> the location of the stored photo, will the document still find it?
Any
> help would be appreciated.
> Marianne
>
>

Luc
07-09-2005, 11:03 PM
Snnazzy9,
Yes, that's good news for you.
I'm afraid there is no way of telling what's the name of an inserted
picture. But maybe somebody will prove me wrong.
Luc
"ssnazzy9" <ssnazzy9@hotmail.com> schreef in bericht
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> When I hit alt/F9, nothing happens -- I assume that means they are
> inserted, not linked? Is there any way to tell the name of an inserted
> file? I've looked all over and can't seem to find anything. Thanks.
> Marianne
> "Luc" <luc."sanders2"@NOTREalpandora.be> wrote in message
> news:3sFpe.114222$UI7.6634520@phobos.telenet-ops.be...
> Ssnazzy9
> Seems to me if you inserted them using Insert - picture from file -
> select
> picture - Insert, there should be no problem if you change the location
> of
> the photo. If however you inserted and linked the picture (which is
> possible
> in Word 2002/2003 don't know about 2000) then moving the picture will
> get
> you in trouble, in that case the photo will not show in your document or
> will show as an empty box with a red x in it.
> To check wether you inserted or linked, press Alt+F9 in your Word
> document,
> all pictures that are linked will show as {Hyperlink ".../.../picture}
> or
> "Include picture ".../.../...picture.jpg.
> If I'm wrong somebody will jump in and execute me on the spot.
> Luc
> "ssnazzy9" <ssnazzy9@hotmail.com> schreef in bericht
> news:OGJDnO6aFHA.3808@TK2MSFTNGP14.phx.gbl...
>>I am a very casual user of Word 2000, however I have a large project
> for
>> my husband's 50th reunion and have a problem. I am inserting old and
>> new photos into documents, but have done this over such a long period
>> that I cannot remember exactly which photo I have inserted. (I have
>> multiple copies of these pictures). Also, I am wondering if I change
>> the location of the stored photo, will the document still find it?
> Any
>> help would be appreciated.
>> Marianne
>>
>>
>
>
>


Inserted Photos