You can change the position of the image relative to the main text of the document. For example, the image can be placed in line with text, in front of text, or behind text.

Position in a text

Description

Example

t_image_wrap_inline In Line with Text

The image is a part of the text like a word or punctuation mark.

inline

t_image_wrap_square Square

The text wraps a rectangular frame in which the image is placed.

square

t_image_wrap_top_and_bottom Top and Bottom

The text is placed above and below the image.

top_bottom

t_image_wrap_infront In Front of Text

The image is placed in front of the text as the top layer.

before_text

t_image_wrap_behind Behind Text

The image is placed behind the text as the bottom layer.

behind_text

By default, an image is positioned In Line with Text. To change the wrapping style:

1.Select the image whose wrapping style you want to change.

To select the image Behind Text, place the cursor on the image and click the editor_select_text_behind_icon button that appears.

2.Display the list of possible image positions in one of the following ways:

In the Format menu, select Image and click Wrap Text.

On the Toolbar, select the Image section and click expand to the right of the current image position.

Right-click the selected image and click Wrap Text in the shortcut menu.

3.In the opened sub-menu, select the desired image position.

You can apply horizontal alignment (left, right, center) for the images positioned In Line with Text. If the image is not separated from the text by paragraph indents, the selected alignment also applies to the text located in the same paragraph as the image.

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