Aravindhan T S wrote:
> please see the image.
> The context with the box is how i want the image to be. where the icon is
> aligned in the middle of the line. I'm manually resizing the anchored frame
> to acheive this.
I don't know of an automated way to do this, but I have a couple of
-- To eliminate extra space that will mess up your vertical separations
between lines, use the shrink-wrap command (Esc m p) to reduce the
anchored frame to exactly the size of its contents.
-- After you shrink the frame, select it again and set the Distance
above Baseline to a negative number. (You'll have to experiment to find
the right setting, but -3 or -5 is likely to work.) If you have to do
this often, be sure to learn the keyboard shortcuts:
Alt+s a to open the anchored frame dialog box
Alt+d to select the Distance value
Enter to close the dialog box after typing the new value
-- If all your icons are the same size, you can save a suitably sized
and distanced empty anchored frame in a text frame on a reference page.
Before importing the first graphic, copy and paste from the ref. page
into your body page, then (with the frame still selected) import the
-- The anchored frame dialog box settings will persist until you change
them or until you use File > Import > File with no anchored frame
selected. Therefore, if you create one properly distanced anchored
frame, you can save time by inserting the next anchored frame *before*
importing the next graphic, then shrink-wrapping. The Distance setting
will be unaffected.
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