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Posted on Sep 12, 2009
I have 8.5 I start project here. Copy and paste to paint. Add or edit. then copy back to works and save as works file.
Posted on Sep 09, 2009
There are two common methods explained here for wrapping text around images in HTML: Theimage attribute method and the table alignment method. You can also use CSS to wrap text around images explained here >>.
The first method called the image attribute method is simplest way to quickly add an image with text wrap.
First you will need to decide on the location you want the image to appear in proximity to your text content. There are things to consider like the overall image size in relation to the length of a paragraph. In the example I have a short paragraph with small text, so for example purposes I will use an image to match the scale of this example. I have decided to place the image (at the beginning of the paragraph) -- the red X shows where I initially placed the image but I used theimage attribute called align to make the image appear to the right. See example 1
Example 1: Image Attribute Method
TIP: You can create your images with a 5 pixel border matching the page background to provide more predictable spacing between images and text or use the table alignment method explained below. The code used to make this alignment happen was:
<img src="panda.gif" width="80" height="80" align="right">
You could also use the following depending on where you want images placed in relation to text. Here are other alignment options:
TDepending on the way text flows you may decide that you want a less crowded look or you might want to add a caption above and/or below the image. This can be achieved with thetable alignment method. The steps for the table method are listed below.
The table alignment method contains the image inside its own table at a set width that is the same as the image. The table as a whole is then set to align to the right as the example shows and given some cell padding for a defined border area. The cell padding is key to this approach and gives you flexibiity to create any spacing between text and images you want. The example HTML code is below using cell padding of "5" and table alignment to the right:
<table width="80" border="0" align="right" cellpadding="5" cellspacing="0">
<td align="center" valign="top">Caption Area<br>
<img src="images1/panda.gif" width="80" height="80"><br>
Using this method allows you to also add a caption top and/or bottom of the image if you like.
TIP: Don't forget to add ALT attributes to your images! images provide little use to people with text/speech browsers, browsers with images turned off, and can benefit you from the perspective of keyword density for search engine optimization. Make your images useful to all of your visitors by describing the specific purpose inside the ALT attribute.
Another method: Wrap Text Around images Using CSS >>
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Posted on Sep 08, 2009
Since you already have it in word, have you tried to save as a works file?
Posted on Sep 05, 2009
In the tools menu there should be a section dedicated to labels. Go to the page set-up and you'll find it there. Most of the options are from the Avery company. You can purchase name badge stationary at your local Staples or Office depot. When you bring it home look for the Avery standard guide number. XP has all these listed in the Works program under the "Programs" page scroll down to mailing labels and that will bring you to the Avery lists. Make sure to indicate that they will be individual lable not all the same,"unless" you want to hand write in the names later. That's it. Good luck. Dana
Posted on Sep 04, 2009
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