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Proportion wrong for pasted and inserted pictures

 
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mgrand@markgrand.com
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PostPosted: Sun May 23, 2010 4:49 am    Post subject: Proportion wrong for pasted and inserted pictures Reply with quote

When I paste a picture into writer or insert a picture from a file, the proportions of the image's rendering are wrong. The picture is a bit stretched out vertically, and the top and bottom of the picture are cut off. Interestingly, when I look at the rendering of the image in the imageMap editor, the picture is all there. How can I fix this?
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PostPosted: Sun May 23, 2010 5:51 am    Post subject: Re: Proportion wrong for pasted and inserted pictures Reply with quote

mgrand@markgrand.com wrote:
When I paste a picture into writer or insert a picture from a file, the proportions of the image's rendering are wrong. The picture is a bit stretched out vertically, and the top and bottom of the picture are cut off. Interestingly, when I look at the rendering of the image in the imageMap editor, the picture is all there. How can I fix this?


Well ,firs,t you might want to tell us what format the picture is in, what OS and version of OOo you are using and how you are inserting the picture..

Then maybe someone can help..
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