Aligning an image with a single line of text
If you have an image surrounded by several lines of text, you set the wrapping style to left or right. If you have to align an image with a single line of text, you don't set the alignment left or right; instead, you set the vertical alignment for the image. It's important to remember that you are aligning the image, not the text. To set the vertical alignment for an image, right-click the image and then click Picture Properties. Click the Appearance tab. For Alignment, click the list arrow. Although you have several choices for alignment, limit yourself to the choices for top, middle, or bottom for image alignment. (The alignment choices for Baseline, Text-top, and Text-bottom are not supported by all browsers.) The choices for Sub and Super, which are also present in the list box, are used to create subscripts and superscripts.