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Microsoft KB Archive/103564

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Framed EPS Image Prints Cropped on PostScript Printer PSS ID Number: Q103564 Article last modified on 11-30-1993

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The information in this article applies to:
- Microsoft Word for Windows, versions 2.0, 2.0a, 2.0a-CD, 2.0b, 2.0c - Microsoft Windows operating system version 3.1


In a Word for Windows document, if you insert a framed, bordered EPS graphic created in MicroGrafx Designer version 3.1 and print it on a PostScript printer, the border on the image may be cropped.


You formatted the frame for Auto size or Exactly the dimensions of the graphic (Height and Width settings). It does not happen if you use the At Least frame size setting, if your framed EPS image does not have a border, or if you print on a non-PostScript printer.


Instead of using the Auto frame size setting in the Format Frame dialog box, use the Exactly setting and select Height and Width settings that are slightly larger than the bordered EPS image. Any cropping that occurs when you print on a PostScript printer does not affect the appearance of the graphic.


Word for Windows “User’s Guide,” version 2.0, pages 396, 398-404

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