Question You answered Nancy about this problem, but your answer didn't solve the problem. Word 2010 will not show Word Art in print-preview, AND Word Art entry does not print at all. Please can you help?
Sorry to hear you are having issues with WordArt. Unfortunately I do not recall responding to Nancy so hopefully answer is not repetitive. Typically the only reason this would occur is if the 'Print drawings created in Word' option was unchecked. To verify and/or fix: File > Options > Display > Print drawings created in Word (this needs to be checked for print preview and printing to be enabled) > OK. Please see graphic attached for further clarification.
If this does not solve your problem, please use the follow-up feature to let me know and I will look for other potential causes.
Hope this was helpful.
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This appears to be working. At least, it's showing in print preview. I'll be trying the actual printing again tomorrow. THANK YOU SO MUCH! I have to say 2010 is a lot harder to work with than 2003 or 7. I appreciate your expertise!
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