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I'm working on a document where the original editor had their images text-wrapped oddly (some were in front of text, some were top and bottom, etcetc) - as per instructions, I'm going back and fixing all of the images in the document. (333 pages of document, EEEK)!
Here's where I am having issues:
If I end up having to cut and paste the image in and out of the document (I'm having each image go in-line with text. When I fix this, several images appear in the middle of the paragraph, instead of where they should be) - there is a large white space between the image itself and the caption.
However, nothing seems different in the paragraph formatting. Can anyone give suggestions?
Unfortunately I can't see to cut-n-paste into the email as it ruins the formatting I'm seeing.
Has anyone ever run into this before? Any way to help me figure this one out?
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