But the anchor cannot be below the image or above another paragraph that
is above or in line with the image.
Put 2 images on the right of the page so text wraps left of them. Have 3
or 4 paragraphs in the space to the left of the images. Anchor both
images to the top paragraph.
Unless things have improved from 3.5 or I am missing things completely
it doesn't work. It has worked in other software from a long time ago,
so long I can't remember. You could move the anchor to any paragraph on
the page and the image stayed relative to it.
On 2012-11-15 17:49, Brian Barker wrote:
At 16:59 15/11/2012 +1300, Steve Edmonds wrote:
Also be nice if you could specify the paragraph or character to
anchor [an image] to when anchored that way.
You can. Click the image to select it - so that you see the eight
coloured handles. You will now also see the anchor symbol, and you
can drag the anchor to an alternative paragraph or character (as the
case may be).
I trust this helps.
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