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Positioning and Wrapping Objects Relative to the Page and Text
Wrapping text with precision
You can decide for yourself how close or far
text is from an object when you wrap text.
Select the object, and on the Format tab, click
the Wrap Text button and choose Edit Wrap
Points on the drop-down list. Small black
squares called wrap points appear around the
object. Click and drag the wrap points to push
text away from or bring text closer to the object
in question.
Select your object, go to the Format tab, and use one of these techniques to
move your object precisely into place:
Click the Position button and select a With Text Wrapping option on
the drop-down list, as shown in Figure 6-8. (You may have to click the
Arrange button first, depending on the size of your screen.) These
options position an object squarely in a corner, a side, or the middle of
the page.
Click the Position button and choose More Layout Options on the
dropdown list, or click the Size group button and select the Position tab in
the Layout dialog box. Then choose position options. Go to the Layout
dialog box when you want to place objects in the very same position on
different pages.
When you insert an object, Word attaches it to the paragraph where
the cursor is located when you make the insertion. For that reason, if you
move that paragraph to another page or the paragraph gets moved as
you edit text, the object moves right along with the paragraph. You can
locate the paragraph to which an object is connected by clicking the object.
The anchor symbol appears beside the paragraph to which the object is
connected.
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