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Tom, in our docs all the images are embedded (unless someone forgets). The images that Peter and 
others have been providing are in addition to the ones embedded in the docs. 

What you describe is a different issue from the embedded images going missing. 

--Jean

On 21/12/2011, at 3:07, Tom Davies <tomdavies04@yahoo.co.uk> wrote:

Hi :)

I find that if graphics are not stored locally and in the same folder that the document is in 
then the graphics do sometimes go missing.  Sometimes it gives me a frame containing an error 
message saying "broken image" or something like that.  It tends to happen more on older and lower 
spec machines.  I don't have a fancy netbook or something new and low spec to test on.  I'm also 
not sure if the problem is just on Doc or Odt too.  Pdf seems immune.  

It is not a problem for me as it forces me onto the nicer machines when i have to do the 
newsletter but i was wondering if that has been some of the intermittent problem some people have 
been having with images lately?
Regards from
Tom :)

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