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Table on picture

Table on picture

Table on picture

(OP)
How can I add a table on top of an image so I can use hyperlinks, etc over my image?  I need to do this in a table format so I can set the width to 100% so the screen will adjust depending on the size of viewer's settings.

Thanks,

Gus

RE: Table on picture

Why not create hot spots instead.
It will scale too.
plus uou can specify odd shapes instead of just rectangles.

Single click on your picture.
then click on the Pictures tool bar. If its not open click 'View" "Toolbars" "Pictures"
Then look at the end for 3 shapes one is a oval, one is a rectangle, the other is a polygon.
click on you picture and add it where ever you want.
Next a dialog box will pop up letting you choose the hyper link.

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RE: Table on picture

Questions:

[I need to do this in a table format so I can set the width to 100% so the screen will adjust depending on the size of viewer's settings.]

Are you wanting to make the image dynamically resize? And dynamically resize the hotspots?

boxplan

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