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Add company logo the the shared win 2008 fax cover page

Posted on 2011-03-23
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Hi Guys.
I am running windows fax server through win STD 2008 server.
All working correctly and ok.
We run a modified fax cover page with no issues.

The boss now wishes me to add a company logo to the fax cover page.
I do not seam to be able to right click paste of insert.
I presume this editor is limited because it is configured for fax.

Please can someone
1) advise how to get my company logo into the cover page (.cov file) OR
2) advise of another application that I could use to edit the cover page and add the logo OR
3) advise of another application (say word) that can save a file to be .cov and work correctly.

Thanks in advance.
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I found the answer.
Because I have never used the cover page editor I read the tips and it advised using the insert object, but option is not on menu.
Right click does not work, but CTRL + V paste does.
The cover sheet can then use either .bmp or .tif files.

Job done.
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