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asked 2012-08-09 17:19:21 +0200INNOVOT
Hello, I have received some images from a designer so I am able to make up my stationary. I have made the image the full size of A4 but when I set it as the background image the margins put white space over it. Is there anyway to truly make it background so that I can see my full design ? Thank you.
answered 2012-08-10 00:21:31 +0200cloph
Don't add it as a background for the page, as that is limited to the printable area/the area defined by the page-margin.
If the graphic should appear on all pages, insert a header or footer and anchor the graphic to a paragraph or character in the header or footer, then choose Picture from the contextmenu. On the Type tab, in the Position section choose left/top to Entire Page. As with the previous method, set wrap mode to "in background".
answered 2013-04-10 21:46:05 +0200Editor
Thank you for showing how to make full page image background in Writer. Now the image is there, sent to the background, already-entered text is there above the image, but I can not edit the text any more. When I shrink the image so that text area gets larger than the image, clicking outside the image lets the text be edited. But how can I edit the page text when the image (anchored to page, wrapped to background) covers the whole page?
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Asked: 2012-08-09 17:19:21 +0200
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