Wrap Text

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In the attached document, text on the top of the document is created using = rand(2,5)

and below it is the text I generated.  When I move the object around the top text it wraps around it but not on the text that I generated. What is the difference between 2 texts please.

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In your example, the text in the very last paragraph does not contain any spaces, which is the explanation why text wrapping behaves differently for that paragraph. When there are no spaces present, Word treats the whole paragraph as a single word, and text wrapping will leave the "word" intact.

Thank you for the reply, problem resolved.@Stefan_Blom 

I'm glad I could help.