captions in front of (across) the pictures [HOW?]
I have several pictures in my Word document (Office 2007) and need to
add captions to all of them. Due to the limited space on the pages,
these captions should be placed in front of the pictures (i.e. pictures
should be placed in the background and the text needs to be written
across them). I can't figure out how to achieve that. Any help will be
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