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Aligning images

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moderator.jpgIf you want to align images so that text appears along the side of the image instead of underneath it, like this, you can do so as follows although it is a bit tricky I'm afraid.

 

Having added an image, double-click on the image - or, click and then command + right-click on it and choose "Edit Image". This opens a popup (screenshot below) which gives you options to right or left align.

 

It can be a bit tricky when inserting an existing attachment. It's easier with a newly uploaded image.

 

This is the popup window that opens when you double-click an image:

 

Image-Editing.png

 

The original size of your image will be prefilled.

 

You can then click the little "Preview" icon on the right of the editor's toolbar to see what it looks like or if it's positioned where you want it.


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(belated DX in June '05, SPMS)

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