How to Wrap Text in Google Slides

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Text wrapping adjusts text around other slide elements. Wrapped text appears clean and easier to read, as compared to text that might not appear aligned or might seem out of place. If you are a Google Slides user wondering how to wrap text around images in google slides or other slide elements, see the simple instructions given below.

How to Wrap Text Around an Image in Google Slides

For the purpose of this post, we will show you how to wrap text around an image in Google Slides. To get started, add a text box via Insert > Text Box.

How to add text box in Google Slides

Drag the text box to place it according to need in your slide. You can choose to add your text box around an image and even use more than one text box according to need. You can begin typing text in respective textboxes or paste text using CTRL+V.

Insert text into text box in Google Slides

Once all placeholders have been added, and you have inserted the required text, select the text to align it and select Align > Justify from the top toolbar.

Justify alignment for text in Google Slides

This will align your text and enable you to wrap text around the image. In case you think the alignment needs further adjustment, drag the placeholders to further adjust the text boxes.

Drag to adjust text box in Google Slides

The below image shows wrapped text around an image in Google Slides. Using this simple method, you can easily adjust text around images, and other placeholders in Google Slides Templates and presentations you might design yourself.

How to wrap text in Google Slides

You can wrap text in Google Slides by justifying the text and adjusting the alignment of slide elements using drag and drop. Furthermore, you can also use other alignment options such as Right / Left Align and Increase / Decrease Indent to make further adjustments.

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