Wrapping text around graphics


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Wrapping text around graphics

When you insert a graphic in Microsoft Word, Word automatically moves the nearby text for almost all graphic objects, including photographs. You need to control the relationship between your image and text using text wrapping. Here's a document that we created earlier, and when we chose Positioning, we were also choosing Text Wrapping at the same time. Originally, this image was In Line with the Text, which is the default setting for when we drop images into Microsoft Word.

So as well as choosing a Position that's associated with Text Wrapping, you can Wrap Text directly. Again, the default is In Line with Text, where any place there's a photo in that same horizontal plane, there will not be text. But then you can choose Square and Tight, and notice the difference is Square leaves a larger gutter around the image than does Tight, which creates a smaller gutter around the image. You can choose Top and Bottom which leaves even a little more space than we saw with In Line with Text...

Wrapping text around graphics
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Wrapping text around graphics provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Gini Courter as part of the Word 2010 Essential Training

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Business Education + Elearning
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