I have iWork apps (all of them) on my iPad and now I have them on my iPhone and iPod touch as well. For meetings and other professional work, I find these apps to be quite useful and there is nothing more boring than just plain text. That being said, I usually always incorporate images into my documents but noticed that image movement and manipulation around the document is far easier in iWork than in MSFT products. My question is this: so far all my images are generally in a 'square' format. I can get an image off the internet (say a fish) but it has a square white background so whenever I place the image in the document, the document text doesn't actually flow along the shape of the fish but flows around the square white background of the image. What I want to do is shown here (check the first image where the text is around the fish). How would I go about getting an image where there is no white background in the shape of a square or if there is, how would I wrap the text around the 'fish' rather than the square background? On the iPad version of the "Getting Started" document, Apple has done the same with a Giraffe - that too, does not have the square background. Any help would be highly appreciated. P.S. If you're going to suggest to just use the Lasso tool in PS express (if it even has one), could you possible suggest a much quicker way to do so?