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Hi :)
Congrats!!  Nicely done! :)))

You don't need to add a floating frame, or any frame at all.  Just drag the
image onto the page and position it.  If you right-click on the image you
get choices such as;
* add border
* add caption
* anchor to paragraph or
* anchor to page
along with various "wrap" options to make the writing flow around the
image, or through the image, or give it a lot of space.

Sorry this is so late!
Good luck, congrats and regards from
a Tom :)

On Tue, 16 Oct 2018 at 00:15, John Jason Jordan <> wrote:

On Mon, 15 Oct 2018 15:44:09 -0700
John Jason Jordan <> dijo:

And the paper I'm working on is due tomorrow!

I wanted to add a picture (it's a .png file) so I selected Insert >
Floating Frame, gave it a name, and there it was. Then I added my .png
file to it, whereupon I realized that I needed to edit the .png file
first, plus the floating frame was in the wrong location. I have spent
the past hour trying to delete the floating frame, but can't figure out
how. It is completely grayed out and I can't figure out how to select

Never mind. I stumbled on the answer - you can only select it by
clicking precisely on the edge, and I mean *precisely*.

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