Microsoft KB Archive/43340
Using Format Border Box with Graphics Files
PSS ID Number: Q43340 Article last modified on 11-02-1994
5.00 | 5.00
MS-DOS | OS/2
In Microsoft Word version 5.0 when using the Format Border Box command with a graphics file, Word will automatically insert white space around the graphic image. There is no way to eliminate the white space at the top or bottom.
A workaround for this problem is to resize the graphic approximately 0.25 inch less in the “graphic height:” and “graphic width:” fields of Library Link Graphic. This method will give a complete white border around the graphic. This border looks more natural than just white space on the top and bottom.
The Format Border Box command is a paragraph bordering command. This means that the Format Border Box command “automatically” puts in approximately one half line of white space around a paragraph to compensate for the width of the box line. When this is done around a text paragraph, it looks normal and unnoticeable. However, when the box is put around a graphic image, the extra half line compensation at the top and bottom of the graphic image shows up as white space.
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