Getting rid of wrap text Click on the text box that contains your wrapped text. This will display the markers for expanding and/or moving the text box, as well as make the text editable. All but the first letter of your wrap text should be highlighted. Highlight the first letter of your wrap text and click the Delete key.
Text should be wrapped around basic objects.
Text wrapping can be enabled or disabled for a text box, rich text box, or expression box.
To control text wrapping for a text box, perform the following steps:
A Word Wrap is a feature that allows text to be carried over to the following line while remaining inside a specified margin. The end-user can then cut off a portion of the text and paste it into another application or document without changing the original formatting.
Text can be configured to wrap around a photo or drawing object. Choose a photo or an object. Select Arrange > Wrap Text from the Picture Format or Shape Format menu. Word shows the wrapped text immediately on the Picture Format tab if the window is large enough. Select the wrapping choices you wish to use. Click OK to apply the changes to all selected pictures.
For instance, in line with the text, at the top and bottom, and behind the text, there are three horizontal buttons: Left, Right, and Center.
1. Select Tools > Preferences > File > Settings & Syntax > Word Wrap > OK in EditPlus. Tick the box next to "Enable word wrap" > OK > Apply > OK.