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Fitting Graphics

There are several variables which control how a graphic fits into a table cell. These include the settings for row height, cell alignment, and whether the graphic is set to be clipped. You can also adjust the size and positioning of the graphic, or perform other transformations once it’s been pasted or placed.

Row Height

As we describe in the previous chapter, InDesign’s default behavior is to auto expand a cell vertically when text or graphics are added to it. We highly recommend leaving this set to At Least if you’re going to put a picture inside the cell. If you set an exact row height, and the size of the graphic exceeds the space available within the cell, it may cause the cell to overset (see “Handling Overset Graphics,” below).


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