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Hi,

I have a simple page created by Microsoft Word 2007. It consists of an htm file and a folder which includes images. Firefox cannot load the images while other browsers can. Do you have any idea about the problem?

Thanks,
Yassar

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What format are the images in?

Also, creating a web page using MS Word, or any other program not originally designed to create web pages really does make helping you very difficult, as the page will be full of rubbish whose sole purpose is to convert it back into a word doc.

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What format are the images in?

Also, creating a web page using MS Word, or any other program not originally designed to create web pages really does make helping you very difficult, as the page will be full of rubbish whose sole purpose is to convert it back into a word doc.

Thanks for the answer drjohn, the images were in <v:shape> format, i recreated the htm file using the filtered option of microsoft word and it worked. When i used the filtered option, images were created in <img> fromat and it worked in all browsers.

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