Formatting graphics on a layout
In Layout mode, you can format graphics you've pasted or inserted onto a layout.
When you format a graphic that references an image file on disk, the changes affect only the graphic that you see in FileMaker Pro. The formatting options do not change the original image file. For more information on inserting graphics, see Inserting graphics onto a layout.
Note  You can also format container fields that contain graphics. For more information, see Specifying formats for container fields.
To format graphics on a layout:
For more information, see Selecting objects.
Click Inspector Inspector button in the layout bar, then click Data.
In the Data Formatting area, click Graphic Graphic button, then select the formats you want to use.
From the Format list, choose Crop to frame. FileMaker Pro crops the image if it's too large to fit within the graphic boundaries.
From the Format list, choose Reduce image to fit, Enlarge image to fit, or Reduce or enlarge image to fit.
Unless you also select Maintain original proportions, the image is distorted to fit the proportions of its boundaries.
For Alignment, choose horizontal and vertical alignments.