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How to wrap text around an image


How to wrap text around an image

Wrapping your text around images is a good way to break up large amounts of content or to associate an image with specific content in your email.


To align text you will actually need to change the alignment of your images. Once an alignment has been applied to an image you are welcome to remove it at any time. A left or right alignment works best with a small to medium sized image. You will want to be sure there is room for text to fit on the opposite side of the image. Some people find it easier to put the text in before the image but you will find what works for you!


Here I have aligned my small image to the left. This causes my text to wrap to the right.



In this example I have made the image larger and you will notice that my text is broken up to fit.



To align your Image while you are inserting the image, use the drop down menu at the bottom of the overlay window. Choose the direction you want to align your image.



To align your image once it’s already in the block, hover your mouse over the image and click the gear icon. Choose Alignment and then the direction you want to align your image.



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Re: How to wrap text around an image

Don't forget about padding.