It is pretty easy to format your Google Docs document if you are aware of all the features in it. Well, even though you have written your content and the texts in perfect order, it might cause certain issues when the alignment gets out of place. It also occurs when you are inserting an image or any other object in your Google Docs.
You can use the text wrapping feature to bring the text and images in alignment. Mostly wrapping the text is set to auto in Google Docs for the content, however, if you are encountering any issues, we have mentioned a detailed guide for both images and text. Well, the below-mentioned steps are perfect for you to know How to Wrap Text in Google Docs.
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Table Of Contents
- 1 What is Text Wrapping?
- 2 How to Wrap Text In Google Docs
- 3 How to Wrap Text Around an Image in Google Docs
- 4 How To Wrap Text Around A Table In Google Docs
- 5 Wrap Text Around Table Google Docs
- 6 Wrap Text In Google Slides
- 7 How To Wrap Text In Google Slides
- 8 Frequently Asked Questions
- 9 Final Verdict
What is Text Wrapping?
Text Wrapping is a feature available in Google Docs and other Word processors that allows you to wrap text around an image for perfect alignment. Also, it is responsible for the text to take the next line while entering texts in your document. This is an automatic feature due to which you do not need to press ENTER every time once you are finished with the sentence.
Although wrapping a text around an image can be a little confusing especially for those who have no idea about it. So, you need to follow the simple steps mentioned below to perform Wrap text in Google Docs. For example, you can insert an image in the documents and choose to wrap the text around it keeping the image in the center or choose to keep it at the left or the right side of the texts.
How to Wrap Text In Google Docs
Here are the steps that will help you to wrap text in Google Docs that might be extending beyond the right margin. For this, you may need to simply open up the tool and create a new document.
- Open the document on Google Docs that requires Text Wrapping.
- Tap on Ctrl + A on the keyboard to select all the content.
- Go to Format and click on it.
- Select Align & indent and click on Indentation options.
- Make sure the box for “Right” is zero and “Special” is “None.
- Click on Apply.
Well, this might solve your issue to wrap the text in your document. This is not applicable for wrapping an image around the text, so you need to look out below for that particular fix and steps.
How to Wrap Text Around an Image in Google Docs
Here is another method that is most widely used to wrap the texts around the image. If this is what you are looking for, you can simply check out the simple steps below and make sure you have some content on the doc to carry out this process.
- Open a Document on Google Docs.
- Enter some content and add an image to the content.
- Now, simply tap on the image to select it.
- A small menu below the image with the Wrap Text option will appear.
- Click on the Wrap Text icon in the middle.
- Now, simply drag the image anywhere in the document to set it. It will automatically wrap itself as selected.
- Also, the margin is set to ⅛” by default. You can edit it as you need.
These features and functions can only be carried out over the desktop version. If you are using the mobile app version, you may not be able to carry out any of the said processes.
How To Wrap Text Around A Table In Google Docs
Well, there is no direct option to wrap text around a table in Google Docs. But as some workarounds, we will discuss multiple methods as part of this topic.
Wrap Text Around Table Google Docs
You can follow the below methods to wrap text around a table in Google Docs.
Method-1: Using the Table as an Image
- Create a table in Google Docs.
- Select the table by dragging the cursor throughout the complete table and then you can use Ctrl + C keyboard shortcut or right-click and select the copy option to copy the table.
- Click on the Insert menu –> Select Drawing –> Click on the New option.
4. On the Drawing window, paste the table that you have copied above using Ctrl + V keyboard shortcut or right-click and choose the Paste option to paste the table. You can slightly customize the table if you want and then click on the Save and Close button to save the table.
5. Now select the the table image on Google Docs document and then click on the Wrap text option just below the image.
Method-2: Using Table Inside Table
You can also use this option to wrap text around the table using the below steps.
- Create a table in Google Docs.
- Right-Click on the table –> Select Table Properties –> Update the Table border option to 0pt –> Click on the Ok button. So that the border of the table will remain invisible.
3. Now you can insert the text in one of the column either right, left, top, bottom, etc based on your need.
4. Now insert a table in the other column. To insert the table, click on the Insert menu –> Select Table –> Choose the rows and columns based on your need.
Wrap Text In Google Slides
Well, here we will discuss how to wrap text in Google slides. Follow the below steps to wrap text in Google slides.
How To Wrap Text In Google Slides
- Navigate to the Google slide and add the text needed.
- Click on the Insert menu –> Select Image option –> choose the option from where you want to upload the image.
3. Drag the text towards left side and drag the image on the other side like below.
4. If you want to add the text on another side of the image or down to the image, then you can add a text box and add the text inside that text box. Click on the Textbox and then drag the textbox where you want to keep your text.
5. Now Add the text inside the textboxes. As shown below, I have kept two textboxes, one textbox under the image and the other one is right side of the image as shown below.
Frequently Asked Questions
1. What is the difference between wrap text and break text?
Well, a lot of users confuse between the two functions and they both have a significant difference. A wrap text in Google Docs wraps the text around an image. After which you can simply drag the image anywhere in the doc and it will automatically wrap the text around it. Similarly, break text creates a small break or a gap between the text and the image. You can drag the image anywhere you like in between the text and it will create a significant gap from all ends.
2. How can you set a margin in Wrapping Text?
As soon as you have followed the steps to wrap text in Google Docs around the image, you can also set a specific custom margin for the image. By default, the value is set to be as ⅛” for every image. However, you have the option to choose from multiple options in the drop-down menu a well as choose the custom option to set a different value.
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Here is everything that you need to know on How to Wrap Text in Google Docs. All the steps mentioned above are tried and tested and likewise, you can perform the actions as well. You might encounter errors if this is new for you, however, ultimately you will be able to wrap text. It is important to take into consideration that there are two aspects which you will come across.
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Firstly, the automated wrap text feature provided on Google Docs and another wrapping text around the image, that you may need to apply. If you have any queries or errors that may not allow the above steps to work for you, let us know in the comment section below so that you can fix it immediately. Or else if there are any other methods that might have worked for you, leave the steps below for other users.