I created this letterhead for a client in Illustrator and it got approved. It now needs to get converted to a Word document for internal usage. What's the best way to make this conversion?
Save images as PNG files. Insert them into Word as a Header and/or footer. Save the Word file as a template.
- Create design (text and image)
- Save as WMF.
- Open word -
- Insert picture (insert the wmf file)
- Right click and choose Edit picture.
- When the dialog box appears to change the file do editable doc, choose Yes.
I just created a signage template in Word using a full (11 x 8-1/2 in) page 300 ppi png image as a header, scaled to 100% and mechanically oriented (advanced image formatting) to 0/0 horz/vert alignment. Final file size of the Word template file is 133 KB. Allows graphic formatting of the entire page while maintaining margin control for the overlying text. Be sure to set text wrap for the graphic to "behind text".
If you want letter head design in illustrator quality. Then export your design in windows metafile format (.wmf).
now you can add .wmf format in word document by inserting picture and align properly as your requirement.
I think this will help.
Saving my Illustrator file as PDF and then inserting it as a watermark in Word at 100% without Washout worked for me without it being blurry.