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Image alignment is a tricky thing, even if you open the same document in MS Word, and for example you change the page size from A4 to Letter, or you change the printer to print to, and it all goes suddenly wrong.

My recommendation is to pay attention how you insert the images, and choose the method that suits your objective - In line (As character) to keep it with the text vs. Floating to flow text around - Relative to page borders to keep it on a page or flowing with a paragraph - Assuring a certain page layout via tables

Portrait / Landscape also depends how was it defined in the original document, as sections, after a page break, etc.

As the people who talked before me, if your main objective is to keep the layout, use PDF. If your main objective is to heavily edit the text, use DOCX.

Image alignment is a tricky thing, even if you open the same document in MS Word, and for example you change the page size from A4 to Letter, or you change the printer to print to, and it all goes suddenly wrong.

My recommendation is to pay attention how you insert the images, and choose the method that suits your objective - objective

  • In line (As character) to keep it with the text vs. Floating to flow text around
  • -
  • Relative to page borders to keep it on a page or flowing with a paragraph - paragraph
  • Assuring a certain page layout via tables

Portrait / Landscape also depends how was it defined in the original document, as sections, after a page break, etc.

As the people who talked before me, if your main

  • Main objective is to keep the layout, use PDF. If your main PDF.
  • Main objective is to heavily edit the text, use DOCX.