How to position an image in a Word doc using activex?

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I can add an image to my document by using
selection.InlineShapes.AddPicture([pwd '/myimage.png'],0,1);
I can position it to an extent by spacing the cursor, but ultimately I need to be able to enable text wrapping for the image so that I can then move it anywhere within my document. I can't find any way to do this, but I'm sure it must be possible, and relatively simple. Many thanks if anybody knows how to achieve this. (Using windows)

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fhz on 13 Feb 2020
You can use the command
ActXWord.Selection.ParagraphFormat.Alignment = 1;
The command
Selection.ParagraphFormat.Alignment = number
has the following options
% % options formats:
% % 0: Left-aligned
% % 1: Center-aligned
% % 2: Right-aligned
% % 3: Fully justified
% % 4: Paragraph characters are distributed to fill the entire
% % width of the paragraph
% % 5: Justified with a medium character compression ratio
% % 6: Does not exist.
% % 7: Justified with a high character compression ratio
% % 8: Justified with a low character compression ratio
% % 9: Justified according to Thai formatting Layout
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fhz on 13 Feb 2020
It does not move figures after inserting them. It just more simple to define the alignment and other configurations before inserting the figures.

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