Charles Jenkins wrote (10-06-11 18:38)
technical documentation which includes screenshot images.
In other words, we need the graphics to be anchored as a character. I
know LibreOffice can do this, but it is not the default behavior, and to
fix it after inserting a picture involves a lot of work:
You may have a look at styles for graphics. You can create styles with
all kind of settings - see the documentation that is pointed to.
Also handy: the context menu (right mouse button) gives immediate access
to the anchoring (and other settings).
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