... adding polish and illustrative value
Graphics can add a lot to a document, but one needs to understand the tools in order to control them effectively.
In this case, we want an image to sit alone on a page, and so we have used page breaks to generate a new page within the first section of the document.
Then, having obtained an image, we insert in on the page.
Looking at the page in draft view, we can see that the image is in the text layer
Using the image wrap tool, we see that it has been inserted as a text object. Using the "see more" tool to see a more robust dialog box, we change the wrapping from "in line with text" to "top and bottom".
This puts it on a separate level, floating above the text level.
But it doesn't have to stay where it is, we can fit it to the page, either as an absolute location where we drag it, or as a relative position, where we allow the tool to postition it.
Here we chose to let the tool place it relatively in the center of the page, in both aspects.
We did not choose to alter its size, and left it in its original size.
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