- Inline images are graphics placed within a paragraph’s content. Inline images flow with the text as more content is inserted or when content is removed.
- Images must be saved in a supported file format.
When you insert an image in Typefi Writer, you are inserting an inline image. Inline images are graphics that are placed within a paragraph’s content. They flow with the text as more content is inserted or when content is removed.
During the automated page composition process, Typefi creates a link to the image file. This means that when you insert images in the documents, you must have access to the files. Each image is automatically added to the
links folder that is part of the Typefi workflow to which your Microsoft Word document belongs. Typefi uses the images from this folder when publishing the content.
NOTE Images must be saved in a file format that Typefi supports.