Friday, 13 January 2012

Align Shapes in Your Word Document Using Gridlines


Align Shapes in Your Word Document Using Gridlines

Microsoft Word features a drawing grid you can use to align drawing objects, such as AutoShapes. By default, gridlines are not visible on the screen. To make them visible:

1. On the View menu, point to Toolbars and click Drawing.

2. On the Drawing toolbar, click Draw, and then click Grid.

3. Select the Display gridlines on screen check box.

4. Choose the options you want, and then click OK.

Now you are ready to add shapes to your document. To see all of the shapes available, such as filing cabinets, telephones, and computer monitors, click AutoShapes on the Drawing toolbar and then click More AutoShapes. Then make your selections from the Insert Clip Art task pane.


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