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This article discusses a method of placing graphics and text side-by-side so that they can be used as a single object. This method can be useful when you want to place the same graphic and text next to each other in more than one place in a document.
For information on placing graphics next to text in multiple or merged labels, please see the following article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:
(http://support.microsoft.com/kb/123312/EN-US/ )How to Add a Graphic or Logo to Every Label on a Page
You can make this graphic available to all documents if you make it an AutoText entry and add it to your normal template:
To use the logo in the Return Address of an envelope, place the insertion point in the Return Address box of the Envelopes And Labels dialog box. Type the name you gave the AutoText entry, and press F3. Note that this method is not available to Word for the Macintosh, as the keystroke F3 is not assigned to the AutoText command. You can make the assignment yourself, however, by using the Customize command on the Tools menu. See the "Microsoft Word User's Guide" for more information on how to make the assignment.
Article ID: 128991 - Last Review: August 16, 2005 - Revision: 1.1