Answered By: Arnetta Henderson Last Updated: Jun 11, 2015 Views: 9
In your Word document, click the image to select it.
Click the contextual tools page.
If you select a photograph or clip art, click the Picture Tools page.
In the Arrange group, click Wrap Text.
Do one of the following:
If you click the In Line with Text option, your image stays with the text that comes before and after it.
Click Square to wrap text around the border of your image.
Click Tight to wrap text closely around a clip art image or an irregularly shaped picture.
Click Through and then click Edit Wrap Points to drag the wrap points closer to the image, so that text can fill in more of the negative space around the image.
Click Top and Bottom to place the image on its own line.
Click Behind Text to display the text over the image.
Click In Front of Text to display the image over the text.
Click More Layout Options and then click the Text Wrapping page to change where the text wraps or the distance between the text and the image.
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