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Customizing Graphic Images

In Chapter 12, “Adding Graphics to Documents,” and so far in this chapter, we have focused on modifying and manipulating the graphics box, or the container of the graphic image. Borders, sizing, backgrounds, and wrapping are all elements that apply largely to the box border. But graphics boxes are like windows through which you view the contents—you can also modify or customize what you see inside the graphics box.

Changing Box Contents

You can change the contents of a graphics box, or the way the image is displayed, without affecting the size, border, or other changes you have made to the graphics box itself.


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