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    Star Lounger
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    Word 2000:

    I've designed a form which I'm very happy with. However, I want to put a (small) picture below each column heading.

    However, I fail to understand the logic behind the "Square", "Behind Text" "Top & Bottom" etc. layout options - it seems that whichever I choose, the picture either jumps to a position within the cell that I don't want, or the picture's position becomes unmodifiable/outside the cell.

    I have one picture which needs to be scaled to small, medium and large and then placed into 3 adjacent column headings. However these scaled pictures are the ones that jump around.

    Can someone help me out please!?

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    Plutonium Lounger
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    Options such as "Square", "Behind text" etc. all make a picture float in a separate layer from the text. If you want to place a picture within the text, e.g. in a table cell, select the option "Inline with text". It won't jump around any more!

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    Place the graphic "Inline with text". You don't need to float it and it will behave much more logically if it is inline.
    Andrew Lockton, Chrysalis Design, Melbourne Australia

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