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MS WORD 2003 - right align a picture on the page

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Hello,
How can i put a logo in the header at 1 inch from the right paper edge
It shouldnt move by changing margins
i have portrait and landscape section, so it has to stay at an absolute position of 1 inch from the right paper edge
This works for 1 inch from left paper edge, and center alignment but how to align it from right paper edge
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When I've had documents with a mixture of Portrait and Landscape, I would simply use copy and paste.  I do not know of a way to set a right-aligned tab that is relative to the right margin.

But...you could redefine your logo so it has 1" of white space to the right.  Then, you just change the paragraph alignment of the logo to right (assuming you have the graphic inline and that it's the only item in the paragraph).  

It'd help to know what the header will look like.  That will determine which solutions are workable.  
Commented:
Actually, it's not as difficult as I had thought.  I was able to piece together a quick sample.

If you right-click on the graphic in the header, you can see the layout is "In front of text" with a horizontal alignment of "right."  

This is independent of the text in the header.  See if this does it for you.
header-graphic.doc

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