Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Positioning and Wrapping Objects Relative to the Page and Text
Wrapping text around an object
Figure 6-6 illustrates the 15 different ways you can wrap text around an
object. Select the object you want to wrap text around and use one of these
techniques to wrap text around the object:
Click the Layout Options button (it’s located to the right of the object)
and choose an option on the drop-down list, as shown in Figure 6-7.
On the Page Layout or Format tab, click the Wrap Text button and
choose an option on the drop-down list, as shown in Figure 6-7. (You
may have to click the Arrange button first, depending on the size of your
screen.)
• OpentheLayoutdialogbox,gototheTextWrappingtab,and
choose a wrapping style and side around which to wrap text. Figure
6-6 shows what the different combinations of Wrapping Style and
Wrap Text options do. To open the Layout dialog box:
ClickthePositionbuttonandclicktheSeeMorelinkonthedropdown list.
• ClicktheWrapTextbuttonandchooseMoreLayoutOptionsonthe
drop-down list.
Figure 6-6:
All the ways
to wrap text
in a Word
document.
Wrapped text looks best when it is justified and hyphenated. That way, text
can get closer to the object that is being wrapped.
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