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creating space around a text box that is within a text box

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This is the situation.  I have created a text box with body text within it.  I have added a photograph within that box and want to include a text box above for the title of the photo and one below it to source it.  How do you complete this and create a space around the title/source boxes such that the body text doesn't run through them?  Thanks.  A newbie. 

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Correct answer by Barb Binder | Adobe Community Professional

Hi Jean:

 

I would pull the image out of the text and set it temporarily on the pasteboard. Then, add the title to a text frame above and add the caption to a text frame below. Format. Then group all three frames together (Object > Group) and put the group back into the large text frame. You can add text wrap to the group, if necessary, to move the existing text out of the way.~Barb

 

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creating space around a text box that is within a text box

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This is the situation.  I have created a text box with body text within it.  I have added a photograph within that box and want to include a text box above for the title of the photo and one below it to source it.  How do you complete this and create a space around the title/source boxes such that the body text doesn't run through them?  Thanks.  A newbie. 

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Correct answer by Barb Binder | Adobe Community Professional

Hi Jean:

 

I would pull the image out of the text and set it temporarily on the pasteboard. Then, add the title to a text frame above and add the caption to a text frame below. Format. Then group all three frames together (Object > Group) and put the group back into the large text frame. You can add text wrap to the group, if necessary, to move the existing text out of the way.~Barb

 

~Barb

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Hi Jean:

 

I would pull the image out of the text and set it temporarily on the pasteboard. Then, add the title to a text frame above and add the caption to a text frame below. Format. Then group all three frames together (Object > Group) and put the group back into the large text frame. You can add text wrap to the group, if necessary, to move the existing text out of the way.~Barb

 

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