Specify the way you want text to wrap around an object. You can also specify the spacing between the text and the object.
To wrap text around a table, place the table in a frame, and then wrap the text around the frame.
Places the object on a separate line in the document. The Text in the document appears above and below the object, but not on the sides of the object.
Wraps text on the left side of the object if there is enough space.
Wraps text on the right side of the object if there is enough space.
Wraps text on all four sides of the border frame of the object.
Places the object in front of the text.
Automatically wraps text to the left, to the right, or on all four sides of the border frame of the object. If the distance between the object and the page margin is less than 2 cm, the text is not wrapped.
Specify the text wrap options.
Starts a new paragraph below the object after you press Enter. The space between the paragraphs is determined by the size of the object.
Moves the selected object to the background. This option is only available if you selected the Through wrap type.
Wraps text around the shape of the object. This option is not available for the Through wrap type, or for frames. To change the contour of an object, select the object, and then choose Format - Wrap - Edit Contour.
Wraps text only around the contour of the object, but not in open areas within the object shape. This option is not available for frames.
Specify the amount of space to leave between the selected object and the text.
Enter the amount of space that you want between the left edge of the object and the text.
Enter the amount of space that you want between the right edge of the object and the text.
Enter the amount of space that you want between the top edge of the object and the text.
Enter the amount of space that you want between the bottom edge of the object and the text.