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Change an inline picture to a floating picture, and vice versa
If the picture is not on a
(drawing canvas: An area on which you can draw multiple shapes. Because the shapes are contained within the drawing canvas, they can be moved and resized as a unit.)
, select the picture. If the picture is on a drawing canvas, select the canvas.
, and then click the
Do one of the following:
To change an
(inline object: A graphic or other object that is positioned directly in the text of a Microsoft Word document at the insertion point.)
picture to a
(floating object: A graphic or other object that is inserted in the drawing layer so that you can position it precisely on the page or in front of or behind text or other objects.)
picture, select the wrapping style you want.
To change a floating picture to an inline picture, choose
In line with text