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I have and image which I have removed the background from. Put when I insert this image in word, the background is white. The only way I then can remove the background is to crop the image. But the foreground is a person, so I'm not able to crop the image in angles.
Not sure if I'm able to explain my self here.
I want to have only the person, like I printed a picture, and then cut around the person with a scissor.
Which file format did you use to place the image in Word?
Have you tried psd or gif?
Which PNG? Medium file size.
Psd, gif or tiff didn't help.
png-8 or png-24?
I am not a Word user, so by now the question seems to be: Does Word support images formats with transparency at all?
I don't know if it is png-8 or png-24. Can't find out. It is possible that Word doesn't support transparancy. I need to investigate this.
Looks like I need to export the image in PNG, and in Word put the image "in front of text". That way the image is transparent.
Edit: Sorry, I had overlooked the recent posts so my post was not meaningful.