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On 05/13/2013 03:23 AM, Tom Davies wrote:
Hi :)
"If it works. Use it" as Ensign Harry Kim said.

I usually find it's better to Anchor "to page" rather than the default "to paragraph" although each 
seems to have scenarios that suit them better than the rest and all of them are plenty good enough to use all the time 
until you start spotting which is better when.

When it's "to paragraph" the image moves around when the paragraph moves around so i find some 
pages suddenly have more images than others.  Although that is definitely an advantage sometimes.
Regards from
Tom :)
My usage is almost always to place an image on a line by itself with a caption below. In this context, anchor as character is perfect and seems to work best. Same when I want to place images in tables. The answer is very different when I want the image to float to the right or left of a paragraph of text as the text. At that point, I think that I usually anchor to the paragraph, but I would need to go back and check the few documents where that was what I wanted to do... So, Mr. Davies, your point is well taken. :-) Intent surely drives how it should be anchored.

Andrew Pitonyak
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