And that segues nicely into… Type on Both Sides of a Circle Type on a circle is cool, but it all goes the same way, around the circle, and at some point — probably the bottom — some of your text will be upside down. If the path text is threaded, type moves to the next threaded text frame or type-on-a-path object.
Positive values move the wrap away from the frame; negative values move the wrap within the frame. In the Text Wrap panel, click the desired wrap shape: Wrap Around Bounding Box Creates a rectangular wrap whose width and height are determined by the bounding box of the selected object, including any offset distances you specify.
Slide type along a path Using the Selection toolselect the type on a path. Jump To Next Column Forces the surrounding paragraph to the top of the next column or text frame.
See Anchored objects. This circle will hold your lower text. Apply a text wrap to an object, and select the Invert option. Drag the center bracket across the path.
Edit and format the text as needed. Wrap text around imported images To wrap text around an imported image, save the clipping path in the application where you created the image, if possible.
Type on a path has an in port and an out port just like other text frames, so you can thread text to and from it. You can only write a single line of text on a path, so you can't insert a carriage return.