Below is a gif of the situation I am having.
First, notice I am working inside a framed cell. Within this cell I placed two graphics. The first (on top) is left aligned. The second, is centered. However, using the center justification in the formatting tools does not work. So I created another cell within the framed cell and then centered inside that cell.
There are a couple problems with this method. First, the cell becomes highlighted whenever I rotate the graphic. This is an eye sore. Second, because this is a cell it takes on the characteristics of inline cells, which I don't always want depending on what I am centering.
I'd like to center the object without creating a cell inside the framed cell. Can you think of an easy way to do this? I'd like to avoid creating a separate style in the stylesheets because I don't always know ahead of time whether the cell will have a centered item.