... if we understand what the tools can do for us
We modified its wrapping to tight, so that it floats above the text, but interacts with it.
We then added two icons from the insert tab, and they came in wrapped top and bottom, thus on the same layer as the coat of arms.
These give us the elements of a new coat of arms that we want to create for our own purposes.
First we relatively position one object in the center of the column, the center of the place where text will be located.
We eyeball the position of the two number icons so that their left and right surrounds align with the left and right edges of the shield. This is easier done with the arrow keys on the keyboard than with the mouse.
To turn the three objects into one, we select them together, and then group them into a new single object.
Now, with a new, single object, we can make sure it wraps exactly as we want it to, and is positioned exactly where we want it to be. In this instance, we wanted it imbedded in the text, wrapped tightly.
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