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Chapter 4. Text input > To wrap text around another box:

To wrap text around another box:

1.
Arrange one text box on top of another. The box that you want to wrap text around must be on the topmost layer. A new box will automatically be on the topmost layer in the document. If you're using an existing box and it's not on top, select it and choose Item menu > Bring to Front (F5).

2.
With the new box still selected, choose Item menu > Runaround (Ctrl-T).

3.
Choose Type: Item .

4.
Enter a number in the Top, Left, Bottom and Right fields to adjust the space between the text box and the type wrapping around it . If you're entering a value in points, you don't have to reenter the "pt". Press Tab to move quickly from field to field.

5.
Click Apply to preview, make any adjustments, then click OK or press Enter .

The Vertical Alignment options affect the entire text box. Leading and inter-paragraph spacing, which are paragraph formatting commands, are discussed in Chapter 6.

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