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Old 05-15-2007, 11:56 AM   #1
MelissaQu
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Default Clipping & Runaround

I'm a beginner at using Quark and I have a question about putting one image behind the other, with out the white of the image box getting in the way. How do I get rid of the white around the picture so that I can put another image right next to it? Do I use the clipping or runaround option to be able to put images right next to each other?
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