No Transparency of Image Indesign

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I have Adobe Indesign files which include linked images from other source. In other words the files are sent by email to me from another computer to me. 

I have trouble with these images. Images are No transparent when I export to pdf file. The background of the image is wite. I have tried the followings but don't work-

1. turn transparent ratio to 100 %

2. use Rantangle tool next to the image

3. Linked images cannot update original files are deleted

Therefore please let me know how to solve the issue. Thank you very much.Capture2.JPGCapture3.JPGCapture4.JPG

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Most Valuable Participant , Dec 14, 2020 Dec 14, 2020
Not without the originals

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Those are all missing links.

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Yes. Original files are deleted. So I would like to know there is any way to make transparent images.

 

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