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Lesson 10. Creating Forms > Adding an image that spans two columns

Adding an image that spans two columns

Now you'll replace the words “Membership Application” by adding an image to the page. First you'll adjust the table columns so that the words “Membership Application” span two columns.

1.
Move your pointer over the bottom edge of the cell that contains the words “Membership Application,” so that the pointer changes to an arrow. Then click to select the cell.

The Inspector changes to the Table Inspector, with the Cell tab automatically selected.

2.
In the Table Inspector, enter 2 for Column Span, and press Enter or Return.

Now you'll replace the text with an image.

3.
Triple-click in the text to select the words “Membership Application,” and press Delete.

You'll add the image to the form using a file in the site window.

4.
In the site window, expand the media folder. Then drag form_header.jpg from the media folder in the site window to the empty table cell that previously contained the words “Membership Application.” The image is added to the cell.

Dragging image file from site window to table cell

5.
Click in the document window, and choose File > Save to save the page.


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