In Document Editor, you can insert images in the most popular formats into your document. The following image formats are supported: BMP, GIF, JPEG, JPG, PNG.
To insert an image into the document text,
To change the image size, drag small squares situated on its edges. To maintain the original proportions of the selected image while resizing, hold down the Shift key and drag one of the corner icons.
To alter the image position, use the icon that appears after hovering your mouse cursor over the image. Drag the image to the necessary position without releasing the mouse button.
When you move the image, guide lines are displayed to help you position the object on the page precisely (if a wrapping style other than inline is selected).
To rotate the image, hover the mouse cursor over the rotation handle and drag it clockwise or counterclockwise. To constrain the rotation angle to 15 degree increments, hold down the Shift key while rotating.
Some of the image settings can be altered using the Image Settings tab of the right sidebar. To activate it click the image and choose the Image Settings icon on the right. Here you can change the following properties:
Some of these options you can also find in the right-click menu. The menu options are:
To change its advanced settings, click the image with the right mouse button and select Advanced Settings from the right-click menu or just click the Show advanced settings link at the right sidebar. The image properties window will open:
The Size tab contains the following parameters:
The Text Wrapping tab contains the following parameters:
Inline - the image is considered to be a part of the text, like a character, so when the text moves, the image moves as well. In this case the positioning options are inaccessible.
If one of the following styles is selected, the image can be moved independently of the text and positioned on the page exactly:
Square - the text wraps the rectangular box that bounds the image.
Tight - the text wraps the actual image edges.
Through - the text wraps around the image edges and fills in the open white space within the image. So that the effect can appear, use the Edit Wrap Boundary option from the right-click menu.
Top and Bottom - the text is only above and below the image.
In Front - the image overlaps the text.
Behind - the text overlaps the image.
If you select the square, tight, through, or top and bottom style, you will be able to set up some additional parameters - distance from text at all sides (top, bottom, left, right).
The Position tab is available only if you select a wrapping style other than inline. This tab contains the following parameters that vary depending on the selected wrapping style:
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