Printing header or footer image appears on top of text


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Mar 26, 2013
im new to this forum although I have learned a few things from it when searching.

I did a lot of googling but there seems to be no answer for this - If it's there I haven't been able to find it.

Basically I would like to create a washedout or transparent image behind my invoice table.

The problem with the methods is as follows

1. Header or footer &picture with washout
This works perfectly but only on screen. When printed, the image isn't behind the cells and hence not at all usable

2. Transparent image fill in a rectangle.
This works awesomely except, if I have multiple pages it doesn't show on them. Copying and pasting is not an option

3. Background image.
This doesn't print

So basically I would like to know how I would place a washed out or transparent logo image behind my table allowing text to be visible when printed and this to be available on all pages.
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