RE: Using JPEG as Background Eero Loone 7.Mar.05 01:01 PM a Web browser Freelance 9.8Windows XP
Did you use InfoBox, Page Properties, Pattern, Bitmap? I get the same result with InfoBox.
Use instead: Presentation, Edit Backdrop..., and thereafter Create-Add Picture... The JPEG added by this means can be even edited a little in InfoBox: by increasing Brightness setting it becomes very much like a watermark and you can later position objects on it. You can also enlarge or reduce the objecy. Click Done to exit. The background inserted into backdrop will be available for the particular page layout you were in before entering the backdrop editing mode.