well, thanks for that airo – but I’m talking about wrapping text around an image, not left right and centre alignments – I’m after words on the top, the sides and the bottom of the image – the site you recommended doesn’t seem to cover that.
I clicked on the wrapping links there and got a blank page
Take a look here: http://flippintestblog.wordpress.com/2011/07/12/text-wrapped-around-image/ . The first image was inserted at the beginning of the second paragraph. The second was inserted at the end of the sentence ending with “cetero consectetuer at.” (the line the top of the image is on). Inserting at the end or beginning of a sentence in a paragraph is not a “precision” thing, but it can be done. You just put the cursor where you want the image (in the second case at the beginning of the sentence that is on the line where you want the image to be) and then insert.