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Locking elements so they cannot be moved

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988 words with 1 Comments; publish: Wed, 04 Jun 2008 00:46:00 GMT; (300171.88, « »)

Is there any way in Word to lock elements such as tables or text boxes so

they cannot be moved? I'm working on a newsletter template for a client who

wants to use Word to overprint on preprinted stock I have designed for them.

Thank you!

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    • Word does not have any provision for 'locking' individual objects to a fixed

      location. There are a number of way that may/may not work for you, such as

      creating sectons and protecting those section to prevent changes.

      Click in the Search For: box above the button you clicked to submit your

      post and use the keyword 'lock' for more optons.

      LOL |:>)

      "Cathy Allen" wrote:

      > Is there any way in Word to lock elements such as tables or text boxes so

      > they cannot be moved? I'm working on a newsletter template for a client who

      > wants to use Word to overprint on preprinted stock I have designed for them.

      > Thank you!

      #1; Wed, 04 Jun 2008 00:48:00 GMT