How do I insert a page - graphic to be added

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Jun 22, 2018

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Hello   

Struggling with this (although it is likely easy once you know how - and I have yet to find a clear set of instructions. I need to add the page in between these two.  I thought in other parts of this document it was automatic based upon where I placed the cursor and began adding new content.

Using FM 2017

Thanks in advance

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Adobe Community Professional , Jun 22, 2018
Matt S - Tech Comm Tools Adobe Community Professional , Jun 22, 2018
Hi Ben, click to the right of the anchored frame (the frame selected in your screenshot, then use File>Import>File to place the image. It should go exactly where you want it, on a new page between the current graphic and the B.11 heading.-Matt

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Jun 22, 2018

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Hi Ben:

You want to add a page to contain a large image after page B-19? The page is cropped so I don't see the ¶ tag and anchor (or maybe it is on B-18?) Just click after the anchor for the current image on B-19—you may have to use the arrow keys—and use File > Import > File to add the new image. It won't fit on that page so Fm will make a new one for you.

~Barb

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Sorry.  Here is the top of page B-19.  I see no tag/anchor.  None on B-18 either.  I inherited this document so and on top of that I am an extreme novice....

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Hi Ben, click to the right of the anchored frame (the frame selected in your screenshot, then use File>Import>File to place the image. It should go exactly where you want it, on a new page between the current graphic and the B.11 heading.

-Matt

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Easy peasy lemon squeezy....

Thanks Matt.

P.S. - is this tidbit in your book (I didn't see it but that doesn't mean anything....)

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Yay!

No, I don't think that one is specifically covered. Your "problem" is that you need to have two anchors immediately following each other, and that's a fairly specific issue that would be difficult to write up, as well as difficult to read.

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