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I'm not completely sure which margin you are talking about.
1. If you right-click on an image and choose "Picture" or "Frame" or
whatever then a sophisticated pop-up appears with tons of tabs. One of the
early ones, i think 2nd or 3rd, has "wrap" options a the bottom that relate
to space around the image. If it's not behaving then set new values. Close
the pop-up and then reopen again and set you values back to the way you
wanted them. See if that shakes the problem loose.
2. If you mean page margins i'm sure you can figure at least 2 good ways to
I have a document with a 2 inch margin (on the left).
If I place an image/picture in that paragraph, the word wrap around the
picture wraps as expected.
If I move that picture to the left of the left (2 inch) margin (starting
1.5 inches from the left) a 2 inch margin is created on the right side of
Does anyone have a work around for this? (can we remove the 2 inch margin
from the right of the image)
For more info (pictures and an uploaded writer document with a picture)
please see bug: https://bugs.freedesktop.org/show_bug.cgi?id=62867
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