If somehow possible, images should be automatically set to pages, as this can save a lot of time!
If a single image needs to be replaced, it is often easier and faster to manually place this image on a page.

This can be done in 2 ways:

  1. As page image (PIMG) via “Add Page Images”
    Inserting a page image / background image via Add Page Images is better than the method described in the next point as image element }.
    • For example, when customizing page content:https://doc.megazine3.de/mz3tool. e.g. filtered to page images (PIMGs); all page images will be displayed together.
      An image added via “AddImage Element” would not be displayed.
    • It ensures that only one page image per page is used.
    • Page images are always under all other elements and do not “disturb” them!
      Selection of the page: The page on which the image is to be placed is first opened or set by entering the offset.
  2. As an image element, which is then scaled to the full page size
    This way we only present to show that it is “also different”. But for the reasons mentioned under point 1 the first method is better

Manually place a single page image

In the first step, the image is selected as usual (Add Page Images, Select Page Images Page Images}.
The “Assign Images to Pages” window checks if the page number matches.

If one knows the page number and does not like to scroll, the page number can also be set via the@Offset@

Here, an off-set of “4” has been entered, resulting in the first image being assigned to page number 5.
The offset is also added to all subsequent pages

p(banner tip). An offset may also be negative! In this way one can e.g. move unwanted pages outside the page area of ​​the Mz3 book and exclude them in this way

Set single image with Add Image Element on one page

Via the menu Comments – Add Elements – Add Image Element you can selectively place selected images on pages. Automatic placement typically uses a layout (uniform size fields within a “raster” in which images are placed).
You manually place the selected image on the open page.

The selection of the image is done as always via the Explorer / Finder.

About the Advanced Edit command in this
This pop-up window will automatically open as soon as an image / photo has been selected and displayed in the Mz3 book.
With the help of the “Advanced Edit” menu item you get to the “Advanced Edit” window.

Here you will find in the area “Posiiton & Size” the head “Full Page”. Clicking on this button expands the image up to the page boundaries; just like a page image. Edge settings are ignored during this action.

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With “Add” the image is scaled to the selected page.

Last modified: 2019/01/26


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