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Add a Graphic to a Page
This is part of Chapter 3 of the book Sams Teach Yourself Microsoft FrontPage 2003 in 24 Hours by Rogers Cadenhead, published November 2003 by Sams Publishing
Now that you know a bit about graphics, you're ready to start putting them on your own Web pages.
In FrontPage, graphics are added to a Web page as it is being edited. You can do this in lots of ways: You can drag a file from a folder or Windows Explorer; copy it to the Clipboard and paste it on the page; choose Insert, Picture, From File; or click a button.
The last option is the easiest, so it will be used in this section.
To add a graphic to a Web page, follow these steps:
When a graphic is placed on a page, the rest of the page content moves to make room. Text and other page elements flow around or below the image. To move the graphic, click and drag it to a new spot.
Although it appears that the graphic has been merged with the Web page, it remains in its own file -- the one you selected with the Picture dialog box.
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