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Word 2013 not displaying pasted images

Posted on 2014-12-12
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I'm pasting images from the Windows 7 Snipping Tool into Windows 2013, and the images don't display. Moreover, the "Bring to Front" on the right-click is greyed out even when the image is selected.

What's the deal here?  Frustrating to say the least.
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by:Rizzle
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Hi,

I've had this issue in the past with Office 2010 though,

Try the below article...

http://www.worldstart.com/seeing-blank-boxes-instead-of-pasted-pictures-in-ms-word/
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by:saturation
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Tried that--no luck--seems like a few people who posted there had the same issue--unchecking that box still didn't work. Any ideas?
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Can you paste any images into Word? From the Web?

Also try this?

Selecting "paste content" from the ribbon, and then "bitmap" works out.
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Arg, had to change how the text was wrapping around...And then it showed up. Thanks for your help!
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by:saturation
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It was where the image was placed on the page.
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