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Is that image an inline anchored object? If so, the leading for it is based on its height, and youare seeing the baseline shift downward for the line to accomodate it. Yo can grab it with the selection tool and drag it downward to move the text up again, or increase the size of the frame.
Thanks for your fast reply,
Is that any way to leave the image at this size and reshift up the text ?
The combination of image plus text messes up the spacing.
Option 1: remove the image from the equation. Insert it as an anchored object, so it can freely float whereever it wants.
Option 2: shift the text up using Baseline shift.
What was wrong with grabbing the image and pulling it downwards? (which is essentially applying a negative baseline shift to it).
Good question. That does pretty much the same thing as shifting the text.
I think it's actually a better solution than applying baseline shift to the rest of the text. Adding baseline shift is a non-obvious "permanent" sort of edit that will stick around even if the inline is removed and can cause real confusion further down the line if the file needs editing by someone else.