Here are two images: one that shows the wrap up to one click from where it fails;
the other after one more click.
I only see one image. And I don't understand the use word click in the sentence above. What do you mean by "shows the wrap up to one click"?
I added the second image twice, and both times it disappeared. I'll try again now.
By click I mean that with the selection arrow on the image, I press the down arrow on my keyboard.
The other way is just to drag the image down into the text. I used clicks so I could more accurately
show just where the wrap failed.
No go. When I click Add Reply, a message says to wait until the image uploads.
I'll reduce the size now (it's only 72MB, but large).
I think you need to know how the text wrap works in case of anchored objects. Only the lines following the line where the graphic is anchored will wrap text. The lines which contain the anchor don't wrap.So I suggest you move the anchor point to the start of the text after which the following content will wrap around perfectly.
I don't know what happened to my first reply to you, but that doesn't matter now.
I went back and instead of shift-dragging the anchor, I just dragged it, and the text wrapped to the right
as I specified BUT not where I wanted the text to start. In this case it won't matter enough to change that
—unless you can tell me how.
As rohit_ID wrote, text wrap is only working in lines after the anchor in the text, so the first line will always fail. I recommend therefore either to insert the anchor in the paragraph before or have a dedicated paragraph in the text for the anchor only which will force the whole text of the next paragraph to wrap. Or release the anchored frame, so that it would not matter anyway.
Thank you everyone—rohit-ID, Barb, Willi…
I would like to Correct Answer this, but first—if there's nothing I can do about the extra blank text line
after I drag the anchor to before the paragraph I wish to wrap, then when you tell me that I'll Correct Answer.
I don't want to Correct Answer now and have another question about this.