If you want to change how your text looks in Microsoft Word, one option is to wrap it. This can be helpful if you want to make your text stand out or make a specific design. Wrapping text is relatively easy to do, and there are a few different ways you can go about it. In this article, we’ll show you how to wrap text in Microsoft Word to get the look you want.
Open a Microsoft Word document where you want to wrap text. Then position the cursor on the doc at the pace you want to insert the image.
Now go to Insert > Picture > This Device to import an image from your PC. Select the image you want to insert.
Once the picture is added to the document, double-click on it with your mouse. This will open the “Picture Format” taskbar.
Now click on “Wrap Text” from the top taskbar in the “Accessibility” tab to open various text wrapping options. Select “Behind Text” from the option.
You can also select other options from the popup as you prefer and alter the image position to get the best outcome. Here is our final result:
As you see, it’s pretty easy to wrap text on your MS Word document. This can be a great way to add some professionalism and flair to your document. Thanks for reading! We hope this tutorial was helpful for you.
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