How to htmlize an image

Edit images or objects in a PDF file

With the options for Aligningyou can precisely align multiple objects on a page - left, vertical, center, right, top, horizontal, and bottom.

If you align objects relative to each other on their edges, one of the objects remains stationary. For example, the Left option aligns the left edges of the selected objects with the left edge of the leftmost object. The leftmost object remains stationary and the other objects are aligned relative to that object.

With the option "Horizontal center" the selected objects are aligned horizontally. The same applies to the "Vertical center" option with vertical alignment. The objects are aligned along a horizontal or vertical line that is the average of the original positions. An object can remain stationary as long as it is already aligned with the horizontal or vertical line.

Depending on the alignment option you choose, objects can move straight up, down, left, or right, and may overlay an object that's already there. If there is an overlay, you can undo the alignment.