To move an image within an article:
- Drag-and-drop it to its new location, as described in Dragging-and-dropping images; or
- Highlight the left margin of the image, then move it like any other article text, inserting⁄deleting spaces or tabs to move it to the right⁄left or adding⁄deleting blank lines above it to move it down⁄up2; or
- Cut it from one part of the article and Paste it into another, remembering that this works best for images stored in a lossless image format such as BMP; see Cutting, Copying and Pasting images into an article; or
- Clone its image reference to its new location, then manually delete the original. See Cloning image references
To move an image from one article to another
- Cut it from its original article to the Windows Clipboard, select its destination article, then Paste it in. See Cutting, Copying and Pasting images into an article.
- If the image was stored in TreePad in a lossy format like JPG rather than BMP, to preserve the original image, move it by cloning its image reference to the destination article, then manually deleting the original reference. See Cloning image references.
- If you imported the original image by Inserting it and still happen to have the original, delete the current image and Insert a new copy of the original from its external source. See Using the Insert image(s) command.
- If a new child node is to be the image's destination, drag-and-drop the image embedded in article text to the node which will become parent to the inserted child node, bearing in mind that this process works best for images in BMP format. See Dragging-and-dropping images.
To move an image between concurrent instances of TreePad
- For an illustration, see Importing and inserting images.
- Of course, if you delete too far you can delete the image altogether! If you act quickly enough you can restore the image by pressing Ctrl+Z or clicking the Redo icon.