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I have a document that contains several graphs and text. Every time I try to copy another picture into the document and adjust it on the page, a graph appears. No matter what I try, I am unable to remove the graph without losing most of the document after the graph section. Please help!

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Copy all the data to another page with out that graph which u got when u copy and then refresh it and then insert the image into it and get the picture

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