Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Aligning or Distributing Objects
FIGURE 9.15
Rotate an object by dragging its rotation handle.
Rotation handle
FIGURE 9.16
Rotate an object 90 degrees or l ip an object from the Rotate menu.
Aligning or Distributing Objects
PowerPoint provides many different ways to precisely position objects in relation to one
another. There are grids, guides, Smart Guides, and several commands for alignment and
distribution.
Here are some examples of what you can do:
You can align an object to the top, bottom, left, right, or center of a slide.
You can align two or more objects in relation to one another so that they are at the
same vertical or horizontal position.
You can distribute three or more objects so that the spacing between them is even.
 
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