Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Adding Pictures and Graphics
Clicking More Layout Options opens the Layout dialog box, shown in Figure 7-16, in which
you can specify additional wrapping parameters, such as whether text wraps on both
sides of the graphic or only one side, and the distance between the wrapped text and the
graphic.
Figure 7-16 The Position tab allows you to place the graphic at an absolute position or relative
to various document landmarks, such as a margin, the edge of the page, or a paragraph.
You’ll sometimes want to wrap text around an irregular shape, such as the picture shown in
Figure 7-17. You do this with the Edit Wrap Points command on the Wrap Text menu. Hold
down Ctrl and click on the red outline to create a wrap point, which you can then drag into
position. To remove a wrap point, Ctrl+click it again.
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