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I am wanting title and description of burger to sit alongside the burger image. The first burger image uses the wrap around bounding box option.

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I want the following burger image and text to behave the same way however whenever I select the wrap around bounding box option again it doesn't behave in the same way. I am not familiar with placing anchored images with text.

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  • You could use the option under the blue dot in the text wrap dialog, (in your image above), to wrap it around the image instead of the bounding box. Then use the options in the dialog to push it away from the image edges to your liking.
    – nocturns2
    Feb 28 at 2:28
  • I think, ultimately the behavior is similar to this: graphicdesign.stackexchange.com/questions/156046/… It's about where the object is in relation to the paragraph returns. Nudging it up or down may help.
    – Scott
    Feb 28 at 2:34

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Another, possibly easier way to approach this is to indent the paragraphs in the text box, and disable wrapping on the images. That way you would not have to unpuzzle how the wrapping options affect the text flow.

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