If you have objects like shapes or pictures in your Word document,
and then move
the document text around, it may not be clear why your objects are repositioned the way
In Word, there are two primary ways objects can be positioned.
To find out which of the two a particular object uses:
If you've got something inline, positioning it easy. Just move it
around like you move around text.
If it's floating, the easiest way to figure out its positioning is to display
the object's anchor: