On 10/21/2012 09:14 AM, Dan Lewis wrote:
On 10/21/2012 06:54 AM, Alexandre FRIEDMANN wrote:
The default setting for anchoring an image is "to paragraph".
What you want to use is "as character".
for a long time, i have been looking for a way to set image anchoring
to 'as text' as the default preset, instead of 'to paragraph'.
Since i have'nt found any clue to do so (maybe i did not search
enough), i am finally writing this email.
Does anybody know a way to go, i.e. setting the default anchoring to
'as text' after an image insertion ?
What is the difference between "TO Character" and "AS Character"?
I tend to make images anchor to the Page, forthe most part. IF you want
the image to go with a specific paragraph or line of textas you add text
before that section of a large[er] document, then I do not know which is
To Paragraph, To Character, As Character.
I wonder how you actually determine which Character you are anchoring
the image to.
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