Wednesday, December 10, 2008 Posted by Aman Jain
Each of the wrap points is connected with a small dashed red line .The box made by the red dashed line defines where the text will appear in and around the image.It is possible to change the position of these anchors by simply dragging them .Here is how you do it:
1)Insert your picture as you normally would , and make sure it is selected.
2)Clik the "format" tab.
3)Click the "Text Wrapping" tool appearing in the "Arrange" group.A dropdown menu of wrapping options appears.
4)Choose the "Edit Wrap Points" option.Word displays the wrap points around the picture.
5)Move existing wrap points by clicking and dragging them to a new position.
6)Add new wrap points by holding down the [Ctrl] key as you click on the dashed red line at at the position where you want a wrap point.You can then drag the new wrap point to the desired position.
7)Remove an existing wrap point by holding down the [Ctrl] key as you click on the wrap point.
8)When done adjusting wrap points, click anywhere outside the picture.The wrap points disappear, and your text follows the texture you defined when you edited the points.