11. Combining Graphics with Text

In this chapter, you learn the various ways to combine graphics with text, including placing anchored objects, applying text wraps, and inserting type on a path.

Graphic images and text are two very different page elements that complement each other well in a layout, but in some instances the two merge to become one. For example, you might want to inset a graphic in a body of text and flow the story around it, creating what is known as a text wrap. You also might want to anchor a graphic to the baseline of a paragraph to ensure its positioning in the layout as you edit the surrounding text. You can even create text on a path that can serve as graphic elements in your layout.

Applying Text Wraps

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