Insert picture In Line with Text in Word

There are different methods to insert a picture In Line with Text in Microsoft Word. Follow the steps for each method and see which one suits you best. Learn how to set pictures In Line with Text in Microsoft Word.

Insert picture In Line with Text using Picture Tools

There are five ways to put an image in line with the text. The first method uses the Format tab under Picture Tools in the ribbon.

Select Wrap Text under Format in the ribbon

Follow these steps below to insert a picture in line with the text in Word:

  1. Click once on the image
  2. Go to Picture Tools > Format
  3. Click on Wrap text
  4. Choose > In Line with Text
ms word insert picture in line with text

Select Position under Format tab in the ribbon

You could also use the Format tab under Picture Tools in the ribbon in another way. Follow these steps to put pictures in line with text in Microsoft Word:

  • Click on the image
  • Go to Picture Tools > Format
  • Click on Position
  • Click on the picture below In Line with Text
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Use the Layout Options icon to put a picture In Line with Text

The third method is to use the blue Layout Options icon:

  1. Click once on the image to view an icon
  2. On the right of the image > Click on the blue Layout Options icon
  3. Click on the picture under In Line with Text
Layout Options picture in line with text

Right-click on the image to choose In Line with Text

Or you could also right-click on the image to change its text wrapping style:

  • Right-click on the image
  • Choose > Wrap Text
  • Then select > In Line with Text
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Open Layout dialog box to put picture In Line with Text

The last option is to open the Layout dialog box. Look for the yellow highlighted text as shown in the above pictures. Click on More Layout Options to open the Layout dialog box. Then in the Layout dialog box, follow the steps below:

  1. Click on the Text Wrapping tab at the top
  2. Under Wrapping style > Click on the first picture In Line with Text
  3. Lastly, click > OK
Layout text wrapping style

Conclusion

It is easy to paste pictures in line with text in Microsoft Word. You could click on the image and use the Format tab under Picture Tools. Or use the blue Layout Options icon that appears next to the picture. The easiest way is to right-click on the image and change its wrapping style. The last option is to open the Layout dialog box.

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