How to Wrap Text Around Images in MS Word?

Wrapping: A word processing feature that automatically transfers a word for which there is insufficient space from the end of one line of text to the beginning of the next. You can easily copy and paste an image into your Microsoft Word document. But, wrapping texts around the photos is not an easy task. Keep reading this risewindows article to wrap texts organized around the images.

How to Wrap Text Around Images in Microsoft Word?

Do these steps to wrap text around images on a Word document:-

Step 1. Open a new or existing MS Word document.

Step 2. Type texts and images on the document.

Step 3. Tap on the image.

Step 4. Switch to the Layout tab and tap on the Wrap Text button, which expands several text wrap choices.

Here, you can choose how the picture should interact with the adjacent text.

  • In Line with Text:  By this option, texts do not wrap around the picture and look like a part of the paragraph.
  • Square:                 Text invariably wraps around the picture’s outer frame.
  • Tight:                     If the picture added is clipart with a colorless background, the text readily wraps around the edges of the image.
  • Through:              Through wrapping is essentially the same as tight wrapping, except it allows text to wrap so that it fills holes within the image created by the path of the wrapping points.
  • Top and Bottom: The image integrates between the text. The text occupies space above or below the picture.
  • Behind Text:        The texts appear as an overlay on top of the picture.
  • In Front of Text:  The image appears above the text.

If the wrapping of the text finishes, you should position the image. So, please tap on the Position button and choose a fixed place, which automatically wraps text around it.

Press the option at the bottom, If you need a custom layout as  “More Layout Options.” In the L dialog, you can customize the position of the image and text wrapping around it.

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