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image will not display in PDF on BIRT when loading header from library

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I am building a report using BIRT 3.7 designer.  It has a library. The library has a grid with 2 images in it.  When I associate this library element into the header of the master page on a report then I do not have any errors.  When I preview the report I see the image.  When I go to Run->View Report->Word then the image appears.

However when I generate the report as a PDF, there is no image.

If I remove the library element and add the image directly to the specific report then generate a PDF it works fine.

Since there is no error, I don't even know where to begin to debug this issue.

Thanks in advance
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Is BIRT a reporting tool?

Does it use Crystal?

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The solution turned out to be to change the header property to be a larger height.  Ended up not having anything to do with the image properties.
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I figured out the problem on my own since no one else had a valid answer.
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