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Making WordPerfect Text Work with Graphic Objects

Graphic elements such as clip art, lines, or watermarks can do wonders to spice up an otherwise mundane document. However, the core of the document is still the text. Getting text and graphics to coexist in your document requires some skill and a lot of patience. Not only must you find room for your graphic images, but you have to make sure the text is readable and that the graphics support rather than overwhelm what you're trying to say. In addition to what you learn here, trial-and-error also will be your teacher.

CAUTION

Using graphics, especially on computers that have limited memory (that is, RAM), increases the chances of program crashes. Save your work frequently while working with graphics to avoid losing painstaking work.



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