On 09/25/2012 10:23 AM, Agustin Lobo wrote:
My previous reply may have an error in it: the part about Position
and Size. If a figure is a drawing of some type, you need to know its
dimensions. Then you can select the size of the frame to match its size.
If the figure is a graphics file, you can insert it into the frame. Then
right click it. Select Picture from the context menu. When the Picture
dialog opens, click the Original Size button. The the Height and Width
boxes reveals what the original size is. Then change the size of the
frame to match.
I apologize again. This is my original question:
I normally use tables to arrange figures within a page (i.e., a 2col x
1 row for 2 figures) The problem is that normally figures get reshaped
(and distorted) to fit the cell, while what I would like is to get the
cell shape to fit the figure. How can I do it?
Also, is there a better way to arrange figures in a page?
I've tried using columns, but I have the same problem: figures get
reshaped and do not keep their width x height ratio.
On Tue, Sep 25, 2012 at 3:21 PM, Tom Davies <email@example.com> wrote:
Oops. I'm not easily confused but isn't this confusing? Errrr, what was the question again? I
mean the unanswered one not the one you solved without our 'help'
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