On 01/24/2012 05:32 PM, Calvin Kim wrote:
On 01/24/2012 05:10 PM, AndrewB wrote:
When I put an image into a table cell, on its own, I always seem to
empty line of text between the bottom of the image and the bottom of the
cell. I would like the image to completely fill the cell (give or
narrow border all round).
I have found that the "Wrap" options may have some bearing on this,
in so far as they either behave as above, or else completely ignore the
height of the image and set the row height to that of an adjacent
Can anyone suggest a combination of settings that will cause the row
to honour the image height?
For that matter, is it possible to have different border settings in
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Double click on image in table.
When 'Picture' dialog box appers, in 'Type' tab, select 'Anchor' to
For different style of border for each cell, I don't think it's possible.
But you can try to insert another table/frame in each cell to mimic
For different style of border for each cell,
maybe you can work on HTML table with CSS,
open stylized table in web browser,
and 'Paste Special'(Ctrl+Shift+V) as HTML in LibreOffice
just an idea, I didn't try it, though.
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