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Posted on 2011-02-21
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When I open existing Publisher item some text and pictures are not showing up.
I am running Windows 7 with Publisher 2003.
ANy suggestions
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Question by:CMIT_ChiNorth
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Ian Meredith earned 1000 total points
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Could be FONT or PRINTER related (where text is missing).

Does the text boxes still exist and can you highlight the text inside?

The quickest solution would be to replace the images, if you can.
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check if the images are there in the right folder. is it only when u open in software or if u oepn from somewhere else?
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thanks these option helped
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