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Michael42 (Programmer) (OP)
15 Mar 06 6:53
Hello,

I am using PageMaker 7 on Windows XP.  I am new to PM.  Can anyone please share the basic steps to insert a .tif image into my publication?

I guess I am looking for the best practice.  I have been able to copy and paste an image but I am not sure if this in the long run is best (and will require much effort to fix).

Thanks,

Michael42

Helpful Member!  kim00 (Programmer)
15 Mar 06 9:44
Michael - Do File | Place then navigate to your image. When it asks if you want to "Include a complete copy in the publication" click No. That only embeds the file and increases your file size.

...kim
BionicJohn (TechnicalUser)
15 Mar 06 16:00

Quote:

I have been able to copy and paste an image
Avoid copying'n'pasting - use File -> Place as Kim says.

More detail here.

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Michael42 (Programmer) (OP)
20 Mar 06 22:40
Kim, thanks.  

The "Place" option worked great. smile

-Michael42

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