Image may not be displayed or cropped correctly. When I attempt to view, the image is displayed within the image but the graphic may not be displayed correctly on the image itself. When I look on the webpage, both the XPS and PDF are identical. #2 Image location: In the XPS file I am trying to export it works, however the picture is displayed on my document rather than on the image itself. The problem I encounter here is it not the image file itself, it's the actual picture that appears within the image. Solution: In XPS file format, the picture is located in an image named Picture1 or Picture1 .dds Picture is located in the following folder Picture1 \Image1.PSD In PERM file format, the image is located in a file named Picture_1\Picture1 How to import a PDF file directly from a PC to a Mac? I have a PDF file with several photos I need converted, and I want to import it to a PC. I have seen many posts on how to import from PC to Mac. There isn't much information on how to do it in PDF too. Can anyone help us !!! — The Reader Excel to PDF problem with Excel 2007 Recently I have seen a lot of people asking why some images don't show up in PDF files created with E7, E6, E5, E3, and E2 formulas in Office 2007. After I searched the web and started looking at the code of other developers I realized these were not the problem I was searching. This is not a specific Excel problem by the way. It happens with Excel 2023 and older versions of Excel as well. Excel to PDF problem not with a “save as text” option for PDF files I do not know how to reproduce the problem with PowerPoint where the image of the slide doesn't display correctly but the image itself is displayed fine inside the slide. However, if I save as a PDF the image of the slide seems to disappear. Does anyone know a workaround for this with PowerPoint? I have a problem with Excel 2007 What a strange problem you have with your workbook or workbook in Excel 2007. Do you have some problems that you didn't find out until recently? Please search the web and read some threads and the Help files for it.