This article is excerpted from the July/August 2004 issue of InDesign Magazine, #1. Buy this issue or subscribe to InDesign Magazine.
It doesn’t take long to discover the usefulness of InDesign’s Text Wrap feature. Among other things, it allows our text to have a more compatible relationship to adjacent graphics or even other text.
This article will have you mastering the basics of Text Wrap in seconds, then moving on to use it in more unusual ways that really spice up a layout.
NOTE: When this article first appeared, InDesign CS was the current version. Much of the information here still applies if you’re using later versions of InDesign; however, for a text-wrap article written when InDesign CS3 was the reigning champ, see “Take Control of Text Wrap.”
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