Photos and graphics inserted in Microsoft Word documents automatically move with the text, shifting up or down as you add or delete new text to the page. Images that constantly slip out of position as you create, edit or format a document can cause havoc with your carefully crafted page layout. Overcome this problem in Microsoft Word 2013 documents by using the program's Layout Options feature, which locks images in a fixed position on the page and offers several text wrapping styles for flowing copy neatly around images.
Click the "View" tab on the main menu ribbon and then select the "Print Layout" button in the Views tool group.
Click to select the image on the page. Click the "Layout Options" button that floats to the side of the selected image.
Select your preferred text wrapping style in the With Text Wrapping section. Word offers several options including moving the image in front of text and behind text, or flowing text around the image with a square wrap, tight wrap or top and bottom wrap. Experiment with each setting until you're satisfied with the text and image layout on the page.
Click to select and enable the "Fix position on page" button. You must choose a text wrapping format from the With Text Wrapping section before enabling this option; the check box will stay grayed out if you select the In Line With Text setting in the Layout Options pane. Click the close button to exit the Layout Options pane.
Try editing or formatting the text on the page; the image should stay locked in position. However, the image might still jump to another page if you add large sections of text or other objects to the top of the current page. Word automatically anchors images and other objects to the text, so if you move the text with the anchor to the next page or a different part of the document, the image will move along with the anchor. Prevent images from jumping pages by moving the anchor to the top of the page each time you add a large block of text or other content.
Click to select the image and then click and drag the anchor to the first line of text on the page. Remember to move the anchor to the top of the page each time you add large passages of text or other objects.