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How to anchor pictures to text in Publisher 2013

Posted on 2013-06-26
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In earlier versions of MS Publisher, I was able to "anchor" an image to text that was within a textbox. Then if I adjusted the text so that this anchored text moved up or down within the text box, the image would also move.

I cannot figure out how to do this in MS Publisher 2013. I have looked at help and do not see any topics on this subject. I also cannot find this on the various menus.

The reason I need this is that I am making a newsletter, and each article has a small image near the title. As I obtain more articles during the week, the text changes position. I do not want to have to move the image with the article each time I adjust the text.

Is there a way to accomplish this?
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Are you talking about "grouping"  (Ctrl+Shift+G after selecting the picture and text)?
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by:Lev Seltzer
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I made a publication years ago and the images were anchored. But looking back, I think that was a word document, and so there might not be a way to anchor an image to a particular point in the text.
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