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  1. In an earlier version of Publisher I gave a (gradient) colour background to a picture frame and placed a partly transparent picture in the frame. (a .png portrait without background) The background than appeared as expected. I now try this again, but the background stays white. Where did I go wrong? (I took a frame I made earlier and it just worked - I could even change the colour etc - . But when I make the frame from scratch it does not)
  2. Although I meet the Windows requirements? Joking, I know it is the graphic card. Perhaps you should issue the message: Windows is okay, but not your graphic card. Might avoid to search for the reason why it is not working.
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