How To: Align & group objects & use gridlines in MS Word 2007

Align & group objects & use gridlines in MS Word 2007

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to align and group objects, and use gridlines. Begin by clicking the Insert tab and select a shape from Shapes. To align the object, go to the Format tab and select the Align menu. From there, users are able to align the selected object in any direction. In the Align menu, users are also able to add gridlines by selecting View Gridlines. To configure the grid-line options, click on gridlines Settings. This video will benefit those viewers who use Microsoft Word 2007, and would like to learn how to align objects or use gridlines to make their document look formal and neat by lining up the content.

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