Hi Francis, > I've got a logo that I need to look good in Word (97) and also be able > to print. I've got it in .tif, .eps and .wmf formats. It looks great > in the latter two but for some reason won't print on Win NT + > Word 97 (I > get nothing but space where the image should be). The .tif file looks > blurry on screen but prints well. I've often had to embed logos into Word documents for good on-screen display and printing. You would think that a vector format would be most appropriate, but that way lies madness. Office does not handle vector formats very well, and there are plenty of flavours of EPS that can muddy the waters. WMF is a strange semi-vector format which few apps create reliably, and is not very small either. Anyway, what I recommend is to use a bitmap format. I use GIF, as you can make that *very* high resolution for still tiny file sizes for typical logographics. Create it in Photoshop, from your EPS, so that at 600dpi or even 1200dpi (laserprinter resolution) it would give you your desired printed dimensions. Then import it into Word and scale it to your desired size. Looks fine on screen and printed, and doesn't increase your file size too much. Old versions of Word may not like GIF (although I think '97 is OK), in which case use TIF. An LZW-compressed TIF of a simple logographic image would still be quite compact. francois _____________________________________________________________________ This e-mail has been scanned for viruses by MessageLabs.