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INCLUDETEXT includes a doc that also uses INCLUDEPICTURE but picture does not pull through

Posted on 2013-06-12
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I have 2 word documents.
1 contains an image using the code { INCLUDEPICTURE "C:\\IMAGE.JPG" }

The 2nd document includes first document using the code { INCLUDETEXT "C:\\DOC1.DOCX" }

When opening doc2, the image in doc1 does not display.
DOC1.docx
DOC2.docx
IMAGE.jpg
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Question by:antonioking
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Try adding the MERGEFORMAT switch to you field:

{ INCLUDEPICTURE "C:\\IMAGE.JPG" \* MERGEFORMAT }

{ INCLUDETEXT "C:\\DOC1.DOCX" \* MERGEFORMAT}

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by:antonioking
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Hi thanks for the tip.
Unfortunately the image still does not display in doc2 from doc1.
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Did you also apply the MEGERFORMAT switch to the fields in doc1?
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