Microsoft Power Point - Wrap Text Around An Object
If you use Microsoft Power Point on a regular basis, you may have already figured out that unlike the other Office products, Power Point is lacking a useful feature. Text doesn't automatically wrap around a picture when you drop it in the middle of a block of text!
I have used the Office suite for over a decade (and have even taught people how to use it), but I don't recall ever trying to drop a picture into a block of text and have it wrap around in Power Point. It works in Word, but not here. When I first had this happen, I figured there must be some obscure check box buried deep within the options and preferences that would enable text wrapping. After a bit of searching, no such check box was found.
Well, after some research, I discovered somewhat of a public service announcement on Microsoft's site explaining how to do this manually since the feature was left out of Power Point 2010. At least they remembered to write a how to...
Basically, you have to tab around the picture or use a more complicated way that involves multiple text boxes. Check out the article to learn how to wrap text around pictures.