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Copying Picture - Adobe Photoshop Elements

Andy, this is how you can do it. Copy the picture by selecting it. In PE, click Select>All. With your Word open, click Edit>Paste Special. This will bring up a window that will have several options, one of which will be Picture. Choose this. It will then paste the picture into the doent. You can move the picture by clicking on it with your mouse. If you want to resize the picture, you can go to Format>Picture and it will bring up another window that shows the dimensions. You can type in the dimensions you want. Hope this helps. Al...

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    Andy, this is how you can do it.

    Copy the picture by selecting it. In PE, click Select>All.

    With your Word open, click Edit>Paste Special. This will bring up a window that will have several options, one of which will be Picture. Choose this.

    It will then paste the picture into the doent.

    You can move the picture by clicking on it with your mouse. If you want to resize the picture, you can go to Format>Picture and it will bring up another window that shows the dimensions.

    You can type in the dimensions you want.

    Hope this helps.

    Al
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    Al..........

    I have no Paste Special option when I select a photo (not even a grayed out one)......only Paste Into and this gives me no options......have no idea where it "Pasted Into"......

    I do have the photo selected and I do
    have Word open......

    Any ideas why this would not work for me?

    Thanks,
    Lynn
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    Lynn,
    I came across this just now on the HP site and it may serve your purpose with a minor modification:
    importing a logo into your Microsoft Office doents
    Add a logo to doents you create in Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint®.

    Download and extract a logo.
    With your doent open, click the Insert pull-down menu. Select Picture, then click From File.
    Find your picture file and double-click it to add it to your doent.
    Drag the corner handles in or out to resize the picture. Hold down the Ctrl key while sizing to maintain the objects' original proportions.
    Click and drag the picture to move it.
    Ken
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