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How do I add an image in the upper, left-hand corner using TikZ and graphicx

I would like to place a small image in the bottom left hand corner of every page of my document. The image is in .jpg format. The snag is that I am not allowed to install extra packages to latex at work.

Can I do this by redefining a new page style, and writing the commands to do this in the preamble?

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marked as duplicate by Werner, Kurt, Paul Gaborit, Martin Schröder, Harish Kumar Dec 30 '12 at 2:41

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Welcome to TeX.sx! What document class are you using? – egreg Dec 29 '12 at 19:16
See How can I add text in the top right corner of a page without using fancyhdr; How do I add an image in the upper, left-hand corner using TikZ and graphicx. Without more knowledge of the packages that you cannot install or don't have access to, one of these could be considered a duplicate. – Werner Dec 29 '12 at 20:04

You can do it with eso pic

I think this code should work, put it in the preamble

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Thank you so much. This works. I was using the book class. Phil, – Phil Dec 29 '12 at 20:01

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