I have a picture contained within a drawing canvas in Word 2007. I made the mistake of right clicking and choosing format picture. This is the result:

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Regardless of the values I enter into any of the boxes, this message appears:

The measurement must be between 0 px and 227 px.

Even clicking cancel causes this to appear. As such, I am unable to close the format picture window, and save my document.

How can I get this stupid dialog to go away, without ending the process in task manager?

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    Is the measurement in question on a different tab? Try using integer numbers (113 px), not fractions (113.5 px). – Hand-E-Food Nov 3 '11 at 22:39
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    You also don't have a space between the value and "px". – slhck Nov 3 '11 at 23:37
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    @Hand-E-Food: It doesn't allow me to change tab either. I tried integer values as well, with and without spaces by the px, but that didn't help. Heck, I even tried putting a pixel value in the rotation field. – Eric Nov 4 '11 at 8:12

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