10 May 20231 minute to read
Text wrapping refers to how images and shapes are fit with surrounding text in a document. Currently, DocumentEditor has only preservation support for image and textbox shape with below wrapping styles.
In-Line with Text
In this option, the image or shape is placed on the same line surrounding with text like any other word or letter. This image or shape will be automatically moved along with the text while editing, whereas the other options denote that the image or shape stays in a fixed position while the text shifts and wraps around it.
In Front of Text
In this option, the image or shape is placed in front of the text. This can be used to place an image around some text or to add shape to highlight the part in a paragraph.
Note: Starting from v18.2.0.x, the in front of wrapping styles are supported.
Top and Bottom
In this option, Text wraps above and below the image or shape. No text is to the left or right of the image or shape. This can be used for larger images or shapes that occupy most of the width in a document.
Note: Starting from v19.1.0.x, the top and bottom wrapping style is supported.
In this option, the image or shape is placed behind the text. This can be used when you need to add a watermark or background image to a document.
Note: Starting from v19.2.0.x, behind text wrapping styles are supported.
In this option, Text wraps around the image or text box in a square shape.
Note: Tight and Through styles will be preserved as square wrapping style in DocumentEditor which is supported from v19.2.0.x.