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How to correctly add titles and captions around images

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I would like to have multiple images in my scientific document with text on top ('title') and some text below ('caption'). I want it to be easy to make similar images + title + captions all over the document. What is the correct way to achive this in Publisher?

What I have done now is:

  1. Use the 'Square tool' to create an area (in this case red) in which the title + image + caption must fall
  2. Create a text block for the title
  3. Create an image block for the image
  4. Create a text block for the caption
  5. Make sure the text and image blocks are children of the red square
  6. Use the above red square as a dummy for the rest of my document.

Is this the correct way of doing what I want?




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I think the most promising solution is to take the "image with camtion" that you have already made and save it as a symbol. For me, they take a little getting used to, but I think there is a lot of power there. 

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