Original blog posting: http://bit.ly/q0Fx3v
Have you ever noticed that when you insert a photo or other image in a Microsoft Office application (Word, PowerPoint, Excel) that it sometimes “floats” around the document, but sometimes it stays inline with the rest of the document?
That’s because in MS Office, there are 5 layout statuses you can use when inserting an image, some that keep the image inline with the rest of the document, and others that allow the image to float.
Here’s how to change the Layout status of an image:
- Insert the image.
- Right-click the image and select Format Picture.
- Click Layout, and then click the desired Wrapping Style:
- In line with text – puts the image in the same line as the text (as if it were another character in the document)
- Square – floats the image, and places the surrounding text in a square shape around the image
- Tight – floats the image and puts the surrounding text as close as possible to the image
- Behind text – floats the image behind the text (as in a watermark)
- In front of text – floats the image on top of the text (without moving the text around it)
- Then, click OK.
Here are examples of the 5 wrapping styles: