You can also wrap or break your text in Google Docs. In this Google Docs article, we will discuss the steps to wrap text around an image in Google Docs.
How to wrap an image in Google Docs
There are three ways you can make your image floats with text. All you have to do is click on the image and choose the option that fits you.
- The “In line” option, treats the image like it’s a piece of text. Words will show up right before and right after the image. Once the image is selected, you can see the first option at the bottom which is the “In line” option.
- The second option is “Wrap text” which will wrap the text around your image. Once the image is selected, you can see the second option at the bottom which is the “Wrap text” option.
- The third option is “Break text” which makes the text appear below and above the image. Once the image is selected, you can see the second option at the bottom which is the “Break text” option.
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