to set the picture wrapping, follow these steps:
One of the most common ways for some Word users is to insert a picture in a Word document using the "Insert"-"picture"-"From File" feature, as shown below.
Step two: But most users will find that Word's picture wrapping defaults to "inline" (right click Picture--Format picture-layout), in which the picture inserted in the picture can neither rotate nor be dragged shifted, very inconvenient. The following figure.
Step three: You can place the picture where you want it, only after you have adjusted the layout to "around" and then click OK. But so every time you insert a picture is to be adjusted around the way, more trouble.
Step four: The bottom of the small series to introduce a "once and for all" approach, in the open Word file, click "Tools"-"options."
Step five: In the Open Options dialog box, select Edit to change the default "inline" in picture Insert/paste mode to "around", and then click OK, so word's picture wrapping style is changed to default to "All around", and then you don't have to change it.