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On Tuesday 08 May 2012 22:59:47 Regina Henschel wrote:
Hi Vit,

Vit schrieb:
Hi all!

I'm constantly having difficulties with image positioning while writing my
thesis. To position images in the way I want it has to be anchored to the
page, but adding something in front of there makes an image standing still
(this behaviour is expected, it's ok).

How do you want the behavior of the images? Do you want
1. dynamically floating text
2. fix position relative to text, but moving together with text
3. fix position relative to whole document
4. or ...

For option 2 use anchor "as character".
For option 3 use anchor "to page".

If you want text left or right of the picture, you need some special

So please, first describe your goal.

Kind regards

There are three primary positions I need: 

1. Fix position relative to the text, moving with the text. Text should be on 
the right or on the left of the picture. I can't achieve this using anchoring 
now. Example:

2. I want two different pictures positioned after the text in parallel at 
right and at left and moving with it. Example:

3. I want the image on the separate page and moving with the text, which is 
before the image. Example:

The most complicated and topmost wanted by me is positioning the image on the 
top-right (bottom-right, bottom-left) corner of the page and moving with the 
text it is anchored to (but no overlapping with other images positioned to 
that corner, which are anchored to another text and accidentally are located 
at the same page).

With best regards,

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