In Photoshop -- Save for Web .. select PNG 24 bit -- check Transparency.
[if you're working on a Mac/PS6, the save for web view is NOT very
inspiring... just trust that it gets saved better than you see -- you
can always preview in mozilla/firefox]
In Word -- Insert > Picture > From File...
Don't be disconcerted by the appearance of the PNG in Windows Explorer
(in Thumbnail view, the image will look very much like it will in IE) --
that grey region is the transparency -- it will not show in Word.
If you can get away without transparency, then just match background colour
to document colour and save as gif for line art or jpg for continuous.
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Word can accept an Illustrator EPS. On the screen, it will have an opaque whiteQuote:>What do I do to create something in color, using text and image, with
>no background, that looks good in word?
Another option is to use a transparent PNG, which will place in Word correctly.
Of course, contrary to popular belief, Word is not a page layout program; if
your client finds themselves needing to do things like place transparent images
on a page, they really shouldn't be using Word. It's the wrong tool for the
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Wrong tool: use Illustrator (or similar) for designing the logo. Save as
EMF and place in Word.
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