I want to insert a graphic into a Word 97 document several times, but I want to keep the size of the file down.
I know that I can link to the graphic file, instead of embeding it in the document, but this means supplying two files instead of one document, which may be a bit too complicated for the intended recipient.
Does anyone know of a way of inserting the graphic into the document once and then linking to it several times, in other places in the same document?
Just a thought - How big is the graphic in the first place and what format is it? How big does it have to physically be when printed or viewed?
If for example the document you are sending is for on screen reading you could insert it as a .gif file. If it`s for printing you may need something a little larger like a .jpg which can be "sized" appropriately.
Does the graphic appear on every page? If so put it in the Header/Footer. Another little trick would be to do this and on pages you do`t want it printed simply cover it up with a text box or another object that is "filled" white.