Position resizing is a useful tool when you want to add text or an image in a specific place on a graphic. It can also be helpful when you need to quickly change the size of an image in order to reuse it.
When using position resize, it is important to know the dimensions of the graphic before resizing it so that you don't end up with distorted graphics if not adjusted properly. Position resize is a powerful tool that can be used by writers and designers alike. It's fundamental for web pages and print publications because it allows for quick adjustment of text and images on any given page without having to redraw all of them.
All the word processing programs such as Microsoft Office and Adobe InDesign allow you to resize text or position images in them. When you use any of the programs, most of the time you won't be able to see whether text is right-aligned or not. This is because all word processors have a special feature that is called "Auto Paragraph" and is set to automatically align text for space savings.
There are no issues with resizing image in Microsoft Word and InDesign, but you should be aware that many users don't like this feature. It's possible that an image may not be aligned correctly on a page with autopath settings enabled.