Arranging graphics


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Arranging graphics

When you have several images that need to look harmonious on the page, you don't have to align them by eye. There are extensive tools to arrange the images. In addition, once you've set them perfectly, it's a good idea to group them into one large object that you can then move and manipulate with ease, instead of struggling to keep multiple independent graphics united. I want to start by going to the View tab and fitting my slide to the window. Now let's go down to the last slide, Slide 10. My next step is to insert several graphics and I am going to show you how to do it all at one time.

Go to the Insert tab and click on Picture. I'm looking in the images folder of my Chapter 1, Exercise Files, and here I have six pictures that I want to use and the logo. I am going to click on the first picture and then hold the Shift key down so that all of them are highlighted, but then I am going to hold down the Ctrl key and click again on the SAMOCA logo, so that it...

Arranging graphics
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Arranging graphics provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Alicia Katz Pollock as part of the PowerPoint 2010 Power Shortcuts

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Business
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PowerPoint
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