Graphics boxes—whether they contain clip art, scanned images, or text—are like containers you place into your text. The way your document's text flows around these graphics boxes is called wrap. A box can also have a visible border, and it can be filled with a pattern or color.
You can make your text wrap around graphics boxes in several ways. By default, WordPerfect text moves aside to make room for graphics boxes, but you can change the settings to have the text appear in front of, or behind, the box (see Figure 12.16).