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Embedding Images into a Page

Overview WorkspacesPagesPBworks EditorEmbedding Images

 

 

Embedding Images
Standard Text Formatting
Indentation
Clipboard Functions
Tables
Text Coloring
Bullets and Numbering
Alignment of Text
Insert Menu
Add Link
Formatting Fonts
Spell Check
Remove Formatting
Source Mode
Full Screen Editing
 
Troubleshooting the Editor  

 

 

Note: The maximum file size per file upload is one gigabyte.   This same process can be used to embed a video file into a page.

 

  1. Go into "Edit Mode" on any page by clicking the edit tab.

     

  2. Click "Images and Files" tab under the "Insert Links" "Page Tool" on the right-side of your screen.

     

     

  3. Click the Upload Files, which will cause a browser window to appear.

     

  4. When you locate the file, click on it, and then click “Open”.  You can select up to ten files to upload at one time.

    After uploading, the file will appear in your file list. 

     

  5. Click on the text of the file name to insert it into your workspace.   If it's an image file, (PNG, JPEG, or GIF), it will be inserted as an image wherever the cursor is located in the editor.  If it's any other kind of file, then the file will be inserted as a link.

 

Note: If you want to see a list of your files and pictures without going into "Edit" mode, click the “Files” tab while viewing the workspace.

 

 

For more information on the Pages and Files manager, click here.