I'm importing anchored graphics into my InDesign document but I can't seem to make the top line of my text move over to accommodate the graphic. Everything below the insertion point falls into place but the top line refuses to move over no matter what text wrap instructions I put in. What am I doing wrong?
Text wrap on anchored objects is non-intuitive, and not necessarily compatible with what you want to do. For inline and above line anchored objects text wrap affects all text after the anchor point. For custom positioned anchored objects it affects text only in lines after the line containing the anchor.
You may need to move the anchor up one paragraph, but this becomes a problem at the top of a page.
Thanks. I just moved my insertion point up one line. However, like you say, it seems more intuitive to have the insertion point affect all text after it. Sigh. Anyway, thanks to both of you.