You can find an image by using the navigator (the compass-shaped icon
on the side bar). There is an "Images" selection that opens, and you
get the list of inserted images in your document. Double-clicking on an
entry selects the image and brings you there.
The funky behaviour you are describing about your image is
unfortunately something that I do not know how to resolve. The only way
that I found that will consistently "work" is to always follow the
insert -> anchor as character -> do something with the image steps.
Anything else has always been touch and go for me. Unfortnately, you
may need to re-insert and start again.
I hope this helps.Rémy.
Le mercredi 01 juillet 2020 à 08:05 -0700, John Jason Jordan a écrit :
On Wed, 01 Jul 2020 10:05:12 -0400Remy Gauthier <
The only way I could see something similar to what you are
describingis when the image anchor is "Anchor to Paragraph" in
which case thecaption (and the image for that matter) does seem to
have a mind of itsown.
You are exactly correct - I had it set to Anchor to Paragraph. But
whenI changed it to Anchor to Character the bottom half of the
imagedisappeared. I selected properties and set its size to 540 pt.
wide by54 pt high (as it should appear on the page), and in the
dialog boxchanged all the settings to Character. When I clicked OK
the imagedisappeared completely and the cursor was suddenly at the
end of thedocument. I don't know any way to search a document for
graphicscontained in it, so I don't know where it went. It's not at
the end ofthe document or on page 3 where it was originally placed. I
don't wantit in the document twice, so I'm reluctant to start over
and enter itagain, but I guess I'll have to.
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