Inserting Ad-hoc Images

With QuoteCloud, you can insert ad-hoc images into a sales quote anywhere you choose. The steps to insert an ad-hoc image are as follows:


Step1: Click on the + Insert button in the Sales Quote Editor, then select the option Add Image:

Step 2: Choose an image from your computer to upload. Once selected you are able to crop the image as below and then click "Crop & Upload".

Step 3: Next, use the image alignment tools to manage the position of image within your sales quote.

To set the horisontal alignment of an image click on the Alignment button, then choose either left, right or center. The Full Width option will render the image in your sales quote, edge to edge of the page.


To set the position of your image in relation to text in the Row, click on the Position button. Choose either:

  • Top Left in Text - to position the image in the top left in the row containg any text you add with your image
  • Top Right in Text - to position the image in the top right in the row containg any text you add with your image
  • Above Text - to position the image in above any text added to the row.
  • Below Text - to position the image in below any text added to the row.

If you want to reduce the size of your image, click into the Wdith field and set the percentage size of the original, for example if you want to half the size of the image type 50%. After you hit the Enter key on your keyboard the size will adjust

Inserting an Image using the Text Editor

An alternate method and possiby preferred by most users of QuoteCloud is to use the insert image function in the text editor.  This option will embed an image in the text content, or table that you create in the editor.  This method provides many more features that the process mentioned above.

Create a Text Block in a sales quote, click on the + Insert button and select Add Text

Click in to the empty text area and you will see the text block (as shown below), with the editor tool bar at the top of the page.

Click on the insert image button (as shown below)

Click on the Drop Image (or click) box. You will be able to now select an image from your device and this will then be inserted in to the text area of the editor.

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