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Re: Transparency and graphics

One thing you have to remember to do is select the imported graphic, and use
the Set Fill Pattern button on the tool box to set the fill to None.

Rick Quatro
Carmen Publishing
585-391-6702 (NEW NUMBER)
Author of FrameScript: A Crash Course

> Hi Berny,
> Thanks for the input. I know that TIF transparency works, as long as you
> instead of cut and paste. So I'll see if she can convert the graphic in
> Photoshop.
> If anyone else has any suggestions, I'm all ears. (or "eyes", since this
> e-mail)
> Becky
> Becky,
> GIF transparency is not supported by FrameMaker. I believe it is supported
> with EPS, but I'll be damned if I can get it to work.
> Berny Gagné
> Sr. Technical Writer
> Husky Injection Molding Systems
> Bolton, Ontario, Canada
> Hi All,
> I have a student who had a .gif graphic of a signature. When she imports
> file into PowerPoint, the signature background is transparent. However,
> she
> imports it into FrameMaker, the signature background is white. She needs
> to
> be transparent in FM. She's on FM6/Windows.
> I had some problems loosing transparency on graphics that I cut and
> but
> when I imported the files, the transparency remained. My files were .tif.
> I'm
> not sure what to tell her. She's already made sure she imported the
> rather than cut and pasted it.
> Any suggestions?
> Thanks,
> Becky

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