Once they're imported, you can resize images by dragging any of its corner handles or move it elsewhere by dragging from anywhere within the image.
Wrap Text Around Images
Each image can interact with nearby text four different ways. You can change how an image interacts with text by right-clicking or control-clicking on an image and selecting "Text Wrapping."
The text wrapping options are:
- Behind: This causes the image to appear behind your text. Use this setting when you would like to type on top of an image.
- Inline: This anchors the image to the text above it, so it will stay with a paragraph even as the text above it is edited. Images embedded in web clips and emails are set to Inline wrapping by default.
- Keep with Text: This pins the image to typed text nearby, so it stays together while text is edited. You can move where it's pinned by selecting the image and then dragging the pin.
- Square: This causes text to wrap around all four sides of an image in the shape of a square, like you might see in a magazine or web article. In this case, the image will stay fixed in one position on the page, with the text flowing around it as the text is edited.
NOTE: Inline and Keep with Text are not available if there isn't typed text nearby.
Moving and Resizing Images
To move or resize an image, first select it by clicking on it. To resize the image, drag one of its corner handles. To move it, drag from anywhere within the image.
Place an Image on Top of Another
To place an image above or behind another image:
- Be sure Text Wrapping is set to "Behind" for the image.
- Right-click or Control-click on the image and choose "Send Back" or "Bring Forward"
Delete and Copy Images
To delete an image, or copy an image to the clipboard, select the image by clicking on it. Then, choose "Copy" or "Cut" from the Edit menu, or Right-click or Control-click on the image and choose "Copy" or "Cut" from the menu.