Can I insert a text box to accompany an embedded photo?
Yes, Diane, you can! And there are a few ways to accomplish this. Community members have contributed their methods to the conversation surrounding How to wrap text around an image using the Rich Content Editor (RCE), a resource in the Instructional Designers group of the Community; if you're not yet a member, it only takes a few clicks to join and view the conversation and take advantage of the excellent resources in that group.
I use the HTML Editor of the RCE to accomplish this, but after writing the resource above, I learned from other Community members that this is easily done without ever having to switch views. Try this:
The same thing holds true when you want to float an image in the middle of the page. Initially inserting the image in the middle of text will place the image in the middle with text appearing above and below the image, so you'll need to click on the image, and then on the left-align and right-align buttons of the RCE to align the image as desired.
This approach works fine, as long as you don't require any padding for your image. If you do, you'll need to switch to the HTML Editor and use the code that I provided in the document.
Hope this helps, Diane!
Thanks so much for the advice and the link!
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