Using InDesign CC, I want to wrap text around a graphic that is anchored into the paragraph. I'm able to do this if the graphic is anchored into the left side of the paragraph by choosing Inline or Above Line and adjusting the Y distance.
However, I need to anchor the graphic on the right side of the paragraph so that the right edge of the graphic aligns to the right edge of the paragraph, as shown below. Is that possible?
Of course, but I do not understand why you can not do it. It is simple to do it using the good anchoring option.
Text wrap on anchored objects is a bit different from wrap on non-anchored objects. For inline/above line, the applied wrap affects text in the line containing the anchor and all following lines. For custom postioned objects, wrap affects text only in lines after the line that actually holds the anchor (NOT where the anchored object is actually positioned on the page).
Thanks, Peter. I'd love for InDesign to adopt some of the anchorin options that FrameMaker has. The way InDesign is at this time, anchoring consistenly and easily is a royal pain.
Do you know of any tutorials or blogs that cover various positioning of anchored graphics in InDesign?