Images embedded in Title Pages may be locked, or they may be editable stand-ins.


When you roll the mouse over an embedded image and a yellow border is displayed around the image, the image is a stand-in. Click stand-in images to open the File Browser, allowing you to select a replacement image file. You can find out which, if any images are unlocked (stand-ins) and which are locked, ant toggle the status of any image. Hold down the Shift key while rolling around inside the Title Page. With Shift depressed, a red border is shown around any locked image under the cursor. Stand-in (unlocked) images display a green border on roll-over when Shift is depressed. To toggle the stand-in/locked status for an image, left-click it with Shift depressed. Right-click images to access a menu providing optional methods of fitting the source image to its frame.

  • Choose Stretch to completely fill the frame.
  • Fill Area retains the interested image’s original aspect, cropping if necessary.
  • Show All Image also retains the original image aspect, but may result in ‘pillar-boxing’ or ‘letter-boxing’ within the target frame.