There are a number of packages in LaTeX to accomplish this task, though they requires some amount of manual tuning in most of the cases. The lowercase version means exactly here. It is a good idea to use relative sizes to define lengths height, width, etc , particularly when using wrapfigure. In the example above, the figure covers exactly half of the the textwidth, and the actual image uses a slightly smaller width, so that there is a pleasing small white frame between the image and the text. The image should always be smaller less wide than the wrap, or it will overrun the text.
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Action based hard wrap Use and Configuration: The workbench menu contains a toggle button for text wrapping. The toggle button is visible when at least one. Wrapping is set on and off from this toggle. If the toggle button is down then word wrap is used. Releasing the toggle disables word wrap.
Floats[ edit ] Floats are containers for things in a document that cannot be broken over a page. LaTeX by default recognizes "table" and "figure" floats, but you can define new ones of your own see Custom floats below. Floats are there to deal with the problem of the object that won't fit on the present page, and to help when you really don't want the object here just now. Floats are not part of the normal stream of text, but separate entities, positioned in a part of the page to themselves top, middle, bottom, left, right, or wherever the designer specifies.