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in this video we will learn how to create a figure with a title and an image in data we will be starting in oxygen XML editor version 17 on a PC and author view with full tags displayed inside the con body element were going to add our fig element which is a figure and inside of the fig element you are allowed to have a title element which will populate with the text ducklings walking and then after the title element youre allowed to have one or more image elements so were going to use oxygens image wizard to add our image in data images are added by reference so they can either be a local file on your machine or reference to an image on the web and in this case were going to be creating a reference to this image on our machine so oxygen inserts and displays that image automatically in author view so now were going to switch over to text view and look at the code behind this so we have our figure element and then inside that we have our title and after the title element we have o