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An enhanced meta file (EMF) image may be displayed incorrectly in Internet Explorer and you cannot control the size of the image

June 30th 2007 in Uncategorized

This problem occurs because Internet Explorer does not provide controls to adjust the size of the EMF image. EMF images contain image data in a vector-based format that can be displayed in a size that is larger or smaller than the original image size. Applications that support the EMF format usually display the image at the default size. (The creator of the image determines the default size.) However, Internet Explorer scales the image to fit in the space that is available on the page. When this problem occurs, the image may be displayed in an unexpected size.


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