What do you do if you want it to look like this, though?
Or what do you do if you want to have the graphic there on the left, then you want to start typing over there on the right, to the right of the graphic?
Just follow these steps. Put your text in first, then insert the graphic. (Insert > Graphic > From File, or paste something from the Internet, or choose Tools > Gallery to drag in a graphic.)
Right-click on the graphic and choose Wrap > Page Wrap.
Now the text can wrap around it.
It doesn't look quite right, though. The words come right up to the edge of the picture. So give it some space. Right-click on the graphic and choose Picture. Click on the Wrap tab and give the picture a little space on all four sides.
Now there's more space.
Also, you might want to drag it to a different point in the document, so go ahead and do that. The wrapping will continue to work.
Finally, you might want to resize the graphic. Click on it so the green handles on the sides and corners show, then move your mouse over a corner handle and drag in to shrink it or out to enlarge it.
Hold down the Shift key while you do this, to make sure that you keep the picture proportionate and don't make it to squat or skinny.