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Old December 9th, 2007, 03:30 PM posted to microsoft.public.publisher
Mike Reshetar
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Default "L" shaped text box

I am using Publisher 2003 to create a newsletter.

On one of the pages I have some graphics going down the right side of the
page that stops about three-fourths down the page.

Is there a way to format a text box to take advantage of the space on the
left and then continue the text box under the graphic utilizing the full
width of the rest of the page?

Thank you.

Enjoy your day.

Mike



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Old December 9th, 2007, 03:35 PM posted to microsoft.public.publisher
Mary Sauer
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Default "L" shaped text box

Open help, type wrap.

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"Mike Reshetar" wrote in message
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I am using Publisher 2003 to create a newsletter.

On one of the pages I have some graphics going down the right side of the page
that stops about three-fourths down the page.

Is there a way to format a text box to take advantage of the space on the left
and then continue the text box under the graphic utilizing the full width of
the rest of the page?

Thank you.

Enjoy your day.

Mike





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Old December 9th, 2007, 03:36 PM posted to microsoft.public.publisher
Ed Bennett
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Default "L" shaped text box

Mike Reshetar wrote:
On one of the pages I have some graphics going down the right side of the
page that stops about three-fourths down the page.

Is there a way to format a text box to take advantage of the space on the
left and then continue the text box under the graphic utilizing the full
width of the rest of the page?


Set up a text box the size of the bounding rectangle (the rectangle
formed by L-shape plus the images). Then send it behind the images, and
enable Word Wrap on the images (group them and set the word wrap to
Square on the group for a neater edge to the text).

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Ed Bennett - MVP Microsoft Publisher
http://ed.mvps.org
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Old December 11th, 2007, 04:36 PM posted to microsoft.public.publisher
Mike Reshetar
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Default "L" shaped text box

Thanks.

Mike
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Mike Reshetar wrote:
On one of the pages I have some graphics going down the right side of the
page that stops about three-fourths down the page.

Is there a way to format a text box to take advantage of the space on the
left and then continue the text box under the graphic utilizing the full
width of the rest of the page?


Set up a text box the size of the bounding rectangle (the rectangle formed
by L-shape plus the images). Then send it behind the images, and enable
Word Wrap on the images (group them and set the word wrap to Square on the
group for a neater edge to the text).

--
Ed Bennett - MVP Microsoft Publisher
http://ed.mvps.org



 




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