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in print preview the pictures do not show up in word

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I have attached a file.  In print preview the picture that says "Chicago Area Project" and then the picture on the second page do not show up nor print.  Why is this happening on my computer only?  I have 2007 Word
CAP-75th-Anniversary-GoalsActivi.doc
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It prints fine...

please check the attached pdf file

thanks
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2008-10-1802.28.33.pdf
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One of your Word option settings is preventing the images from appearing.  Take a read through the MS KB http://support.microsoft.com/kb/918788 which outlines which options you should look at to correct this issue.
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I think that your issue related to the option Print drwaing created in Word not being checked off.  So do the following:
Click Microsoft Office Button | Click Word Options
Click Display option
Under Printing options, click the Print drawings created in Word option
Click OK
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