I'm writing a book that is mainly text but has some references to audio files in a companion CD-ROM. Where the text refers to one of the audio files I want to have an icon of an MP3 Player with some text referring to the audio file. What's the best way to do this?
I could theoretically make a table. Let's say I want the icon to take up one inch of width on the page and the text to take up four inches. I could place the text and image file in separate cells and have invisible borders. However this is really clumsy because if the text in the box gets bigger or smaller I will end up with odd looking white space under the image.
a) Have the text flow around the image on the edge of the page with even right and left justification preserved?
b) Can I "anchor" my image to a specific sentence of text?
c) If my text pushes the image on to the following page can word "intelligently" decide to place it on the right margin or left margin so it is always in the outer margin?
Best Wishes, Philip T.