Difference between Square and Tight of Text Wrapping in Word 2003

What's  the difference between Square and Tight of Text Wrapping in  Word 2003?
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csoussanCommented:
If you select Square , you can move your clip anywhere in your document, and the text will wrap around a square space that surrounds your clip.  If you select Tight , you can move the clip anywhere in your document, and the text will wrap around its edges. There will be a little white space between the text and clip.

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PHeadlandCommented:
Look closely at the icons. Tight wraps text to the outline of the image (if the image has a transparent background). Square wraps text to the widest points of the image. So tight gives ragged edges around the image, square gives a clean vertical edge around the image.
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csoussanCommented:
As I mentioned above, square will wrap a square around the clip and tight will wrap around the edges of the image.  However, a picture is worth a 1000 words so, I've attached a file that illustrates the difference.
Square-vs-Tight.doc
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armsysAuthor Commented:
csoussan: I can't see your attachment. I raised the question because whent testing a clip (which happens to be a photo) with text wrapping, I can't detect difference. Thanks for your help.
Armstrong
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armsysAuthor Commented:
csoussan:
I just downloaded your Square-vs-Tight.doc.Thanks a lot.
Armstrong
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