Editing Images feature seems to have disappeared
Thread poster: Paul Dixon

Paul Dixon  Identity Verified
Brazil
Local time: 11:52
Portuguese to English
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Sep 13, 2008

Something very strange has happened to my computer over the last few days. When I have worked with images (bar charts, graphs and the like) I have formerly double-clicked on them and most have opened, after which I could edit them normally. Now, however, when I do this the "Edit Images" command in the drop-down menu is no longer there, and has been replaced by "Objeto Unknown", in this strange combination of English and Portuguese. If I click on it, I get "Convert to Unknown". What has happened?

The only thing I have done different recently is set the margins for another job, in line with the house rules of a translation agency I work for.

The package I use is Word 2007 with Vista Starter.

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Rimma Kehr
Germany
Local time: 16:52
German to English
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Editing Images feature seems to have disappeared Sep 14, 2008

Hello Paul,

you seem to have problem with Windows Vista or/and Word 2007.
Please re-install your Windows Visa and additionally your Office 2007.

Hope to be helpful for you.

Best regards

Rimma Kehr


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