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The clear property in CSS can be used to ensure that a new paragraph begins after (below) a floating image. Is there a way to do this in Microsoft Word 2010? (I'm able to position a graphic to the right of the text in a paragraph, but I'd like the next section to begin below the graphic, rather than wrapping around it.)

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Right-click the image then highlight Wrap Text then choose which one you want. I believe you would want Top and Bottom.

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Sorry, I should have specified I'm using Office 2010. There is no Wrap Text option when I right click. –  jtbandes Jul 6 '12 at 20:58
    
Ok, then click the image then go to the Format tab. There should be a Wrap Text button there. –  imtheman Jul 6 '12 at 21:09

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