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Chapter 5. Enhancing Pages with Graphics... > Coordinating Images and Text

Coordinating Images and Text

If you've experimented with simple pages where you put blocks of text with an image, you've noticed that the text lines up with the image's bottom edge. Sometimes, this is what you want, but it's typographically limiting; you need more space than that to lay out a good looking page. What about centering images, putting them at the right margin, and getting multiple lines of text to flow down an image's side? FrontPage lets you do all these things.

Positioning Text Around an Image

As you just observed, if you add Normal text beside an image or insert an image into an existing line of Normal text, the text lines up with the image's bottom edge. If you don't want this effect, you can change it by following these steps:


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