This example demonstrates that you can insert images within text blocks so that they can be scrolled. This is useful for things like software simulations with long menus or any image that you would not want to scale down to fit within the height of the page.
To insert an image into a text block, double-click in the text block so that the insertion cursor begins to blink. Then choose Image File from the Image menu in the Add Image group on the Insert ribbon and select the image you wish to add from the dialog box. Alternately, you can right-click within the text block and choose Insert > Image from the context menu. And don’t forget to check the Vertical Scroll property on the Properties ribbon for the text block if you want it to scroll.
In the Title Explorer, you will see that the image has been attached to the text block. You can even add multiple images to a single text block if you like. And the images can be resized independent of the text block.
To download the Lectora 16 AWT, click the Download Lectora File button on this page. To download the Lectora Online version, click the Scrolling_Images_Within_Text_Blocks button beneath the preview image.