Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Positioning and Wrapping Objects Relative to the Page and Text
Book II
Chapter 6
Figure 6-7:
Choosing
how to wrap
text.
Positioning an object on a page
To position an object in a Word page, you can drag it to a new location. As
Book VIII, Chapter 4 explains in torturous detail, dragging means to select
the object, move the pointer over its perimeter, click when you see the
fourheaded arrow, and slide the object to a new location.
To make positioning objects on a page a little easier, Word also offers
Position commands for moving objects to specific places on the page. For
example, you can place an object squarely in a corner or middle of the page.
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