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Image alignment

Use the Property inspector (Window > Properties) to set the alignment of a selected image. You can align an image in relation to text, another image, a plug-in, or other elements in the same paragraph or line by selecting alignment settings from the Align pop-up menu. You can also use the alignment buttons (left, right, and center) to set the horizontal alignment of an image.

Browser Default generally specifies a baseline alignment. (The default may differ depending on the site visitor's browser.)

Baseline and Bottom align the baseline of the text (or other element) to the bottom of the selected image.

Top aligns an image to the top of the tallest item (image or text) in the current line.

Middle aligns the text baseline with the middle of the selected image.

TextTop aligns the selected image with the top of the tallest character in the text line (which includes ascenders, as in the letter b).

Absolute Middle aligns to the absolute middle of the current line.

Absolute Bottom aligns to the absolute bottom (which includes descenders, as in the letter g) with the bottom of the selected image.

Left places the selected image on the left margin, wrapping text around it to the right.

Right places the selected image on the right margin, wrapping text around it to the left.

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