Assuming the text line is actually in the frame, click somewhere in the
frame and then right-click and Select All in Frame, or just do Ctrl-A --
that should also work if the insertion point is in the frame.
Then Graphics > Group.
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On Thu, Dec 17, 2009 at 4:35 PM, <jdeland1 at comcast.net> wrote:
> OK, noob alert. What is the preferred way of creating text callouts so that
> they are anchored to a figure, i.e., if the figure is moved down or up a few
> lines, the callouts move with it?
> I import a graphic by reference. I create text in a text frame selected
> from the Graphics Toolbar, and position it. I then add a line return above
> it, and of course the graphic moves down but the callout stays "floating" in
> its original position.
> FM 9 on XP Pro SP3
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