I'm trying to reproduce company letterhead in a Word template. Because the letterhead has text, a logo, and a frame (a rectangle 1/2" from the edge of the page all the way around), the easiest way (that I know of) to do it was to do this:
1. Create all of the printed portions of the letterhead (frame, text, and logo) as one big graphic.
2. Inserted the graphic in the header of the Word document.
3. Went into Size and Position / Text Wrapping and selected "Behind text".
4. Resized the graphic to cover the whole page.
This works quite well ... every page of the document has all the required elements.
I only have one problem. The logo is takes up about 2"x2" at the top left of the page. This means that I need the first several lines of any text the user enter in Word to be indented more than normal so that it doesn't overlap the logo.
Is there a way to format the page so that the left margin is larger for the first couple inches of the page and then reverts to 1" for the rest of the page?
Or is there a better way to do this?
I thought of just putting a graphic on the page that the text would wrap around but that makes it too easy for the user to delete the graphic and mess things up. Also, the graphic wouldn't automatically get replicated on subsequent pages.
I feel like there must be some simple way to do this but I don't know what it is.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.