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Letter head Design

Posted on 2011-03-15
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How do I design a letter in Microsoft Word or any recommended program so that the inserted logo design cannot be moved, edited or deleted. I tried to use Word, but my inserted logo and address can be edited or moved and that is what I am trying to prevent.
Basically, what I want is to have my logo design and address on the letter head not being able to be edited by anyone when they receive my letter.
Can someone tell me how to go about in achieving that? Thanks
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Question by:ColesNet
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Merete earned 500 total points
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Hi ColesNet
you could imbed the image of your Logo into your letter head
save your logo as a png then it cannot be modified
Here's how to do this with a sample you can download
http://creativetechs.com/tipsblog/create-letterhead-templates-in-ms-word/
here's another using a newer version
http://news.cnet.com/8301-13880_3-9917783-68.html
Hope it assists
Merete
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by:David Brugge
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For the most part, it cannot be done. All you can hope to do is make it more difficult. Anything that can be sent through a computer can be captured and edited.

Merete's suggestion of putting the graphics in the header is a very good one. Another trick that is helpful is to put an invisible png on top of your design. That way, anyone that tries to grab the image will end up grabbing the invisible image on top of it. Once again, these steps will only slow down someone truly determined.
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by:ColesNet
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Exactly what I needed to be led to.
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by:Merete
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Thank you ColesNet glad to have helped
Regards Merete
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