On 28.02.2018 01:00, gordom wrote:
My question regards Writer (LO 22.214.171.124., Windows 10).
I'm preparing a software manual. The document is full of print screens
and cross references inserted into the text. These cross references
link to text frames that overlap the graphics. Is there any way to
group these text frames with the graphics laying in their background?
Well I don't think you can group screenshot images with text frame. What
you could do is anchor text frame and image the same way so they will
act like one object.
Good trick would be to make text frame the same size as image so if
image needs to break to another page, text frame will follow.
It would be best that images are anchored within image frame and you
just enter text that acts as reference into that frame. Use same set-up
as you would do captions on images. Make a frame, apply 'graphic' style
to that frame, insert image _into_ that frame and place content from
text boxes into that same frame and make that text a reference. This way
reference will go where ever image goes.
Will this help?
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