When you insert an image in Typefi Writer, the image is displayed as an inline image. An inline image is an image placed alongside the text and travels with it as the text flows.
You can insert an inline image anywhere within a paragraph, or insert it as a paragraph by itself. During the automated page composition process, the image resizes according to rules specified in the Typefi-ready template.
If you want the image to float, or be fixed in one place, make sure the image is included in a Typefi Element, and insert the Element instead.
To insert an inline image:
- Insert your cursor where you want the image to be placed.
- In the Typefi tab, within the Insert group, click Media → Insert Image.
- In the Insert Image dialogue, click Browse from PC to select an image from your local computer, or click Browse from server to select an image from a Typefi Server.
- If you chose Browse from PC, navigate to the image, select it, and click Open.
- If you chose Browse from server, navigate to the image, select it, and click OK. Typefi Writer must be connected to a Typefi Server, and a workflow must be attached to it.
The image is now inserted. Depending on whether you have image previews enabled, you’ll either see an IMAGE: marker followed by the filename, or an image preview (with limitations, such as Word not displaying certain valid file types).
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