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    Posting 1,2,3 Posting 1,2,3
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      Setup Photo Insert Using Powerpoint

      Ive been having some trouble recently using Powerpoint with an inserted jpg photo for setup. It will run for the initial creation, but once I close and reopen...the picture is gone. On other programs I do not have this issue and I have tried many options (size of photo evaluation, using paint, etc) but I still have issues. What would be a textbook way to do this so I dont have to deal with the headaches?

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        Goin' postal - BRB
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          Originally posted by scott.mcdougald View Post
          Ive been having some trouble recently using Powerpoint with an inserted jpg photo for setup. It will run for the initial creation, but once I close and reopen...the picture is gone. On other programs I do not have this issue and I have tried many options (size of photo evaluation, using paint, etc) but I still have issues. What would be a textbook way to do this so I dont have to deal with the headaches?
          Starting a thread, instead of posting in one that is three years old and has nothing to do with what you want is a good place to start.
          I use insert/external object.
          When in doubt, post code. A second set of eyes might see something you missed.
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          • #6
            Originally posted by john kingston View Post
            starting a thread, instead of posting in one that is three years old and has nothing to do with what you want is a good place to start.
            I use insert/external object.
            rolmfao
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              Testing

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              • #8
                Originally posted by PC-Dmika View Post
                Testing
                Roger!

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by DungT View Post
                  Roger!
                  We have clearance, Clarance.
                  v2013 MR1, v2015.1
                  B&S Global 544, 555
                  Mitutoyo A504 w/PC-DMIS

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                  Never force anything. Get a bigger hammer.
                  (Advice from my dad.)

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                    Originally posted by Don Meredith View Post
                    We have clearance, Clarance.
                    copy, break

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                    • #11
                      Reminds me of the old joke:
                      Why does the sound guy say, "Test one, two, one, two"?
                      A: Because at 3 you usually have to lift something

                      OOOH that hurts
                      Cookie

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                      • #12
                        Houston we have lift off!

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