Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Align and Distribute Pictures
If you have meticulously aligned and distributed numerous photos, you
may want to group them to retain their precise alignment and spacing.
Open a presentation in PowerPoint.
1.
Select the pictures you want to align. You can also align
and distribute shapes and WordArt.
2.
In the Ribbon, click the Format/Picture Tools (Drawing
Tools for shapes and WordArt) tab. In the Arrange group,
click Align.
3.
You can align and distribute pictures relative to the slide
or relative to each other. If you want to align and
distribute relative to the slide, select the Align To Slide option
first. Then click Align again and choose your alignment
and distribution method, as shown in Figure 9-15.
4.
Select your desired alignment or distribution method
from the submenu. Note that the icons visually show
each method.
5.
Figure 9-15: Align and distribute your pictures
Photo Credit: PhotoSpin
Group Pictures
Open a presentation in PowerPoint.
1.
Select the pictures you want to group. You can also
group shapes and WordArt.
2.
In the Ribbon, click the Format/Picture Tools (Drawing
Tools for shapes and WordArt) tab. In the Arrange group,
click Group.
3.
Select Group from the drop-down list, as shown in
Figure 9-16. Note that you can also ungroup pictures via
this same drop-down list.
4.
Your selected pictures are now grouped.
5.
Figure 9-16: Group pictures to keep them together
Photo Credit: PhotoSpin
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