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Big Red X where my print screen should be.

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I have a word 97 document that is displays a LARGE RED X where my print screens should be.  I have tried changing to all the different views but noe of them get rid of the X.  I have tried printing a page and the Large X prints there as well

My document is large.
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Question by:cindyr
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Break the document up into little parts and use the master document feature.
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The red x could be a watermark.....try clicking View, Header and Footer...and  then see if you can delete the X....

Hope this helps...

Conan
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oh..one other thing...the red x could represent a graphic that it cannot find...what exactly do you mean "where my print screens should be..."?

Conan
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