MS Word 2013
I'm placing a MS Word docx (default style formatting, images pasted inline with the text, each on a separate line) into an InDesign document with a baseline grid.
The document places without any difficulty, except that the images are piled on top of each other. I can see tht the image is being placed on its own line on the baseline grid, so technically it's being positioned properly, but I need the text to Jump Object or Wrap Around Bounding Box. When I change any image from No Text Wrap to one of the aforementioned, nothing happens. The bottom portion of the image remains inserted and aligned to the baseline grid.
How do I get the text to Jump Object or Wrap Around Bounding Box when using the baseline grid?
Ah, I seem to have found a solution to the problem. Not sure if it is the best or most efficient, but it seems to work:
1. Create new paragraph style.
2. Set Basic Character Format Leading to Auto.
Then, rather than select the image as I was doing, position the cursor in the respective line hosting the inline image, and apply the new paragraph style.
That caused the text to have the Jump Object appearance.
Also try: Anchored Object option>Postion: Inline or Above Line