Getting text to wrap around a picture in Microsoft Word


How to get a picture to wrap around the text in a Word document.

  1. Position your cursor where the picture is to display
  2. Insert Tab/ Illustrations group
  3. Select Picture
  4. Find your picture
  5. You will now notice when you try and move your picture around you can only position it aligned left, Center or right.
  6. Right Click the Picture
  7. Select Wrap Text
  8. Try tight
  9. Now you can move the picture anywhere you like

If this is a setting you like each time you insert a picture then go one step further and select Set as Default Layout.

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