How to Group Pictures on Microsoft Word 2010

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Grouping pictures on Microsoft Word 2010 is especially useful when printing a document. Group pictures on Microsoft Word 2010 with help from an experienced computer professional in this free video clip.

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Video Transcript

Hey, my name is Cathy, and I'm going to show you how to group pictures in Microsoft Word. Grouping pictures in Microsoft Word is pretty straightforward and easy and I'm going to show you how. If you open up a word document and you go to the insert just scroll down and find your picture that you'd like to insert. You can insert something from the clip art gallery, you can insert something from your files on your browser. Here I'm going to give you an example of the clip art gallery. So I'm going to click that. I'm going to insert two pictures. So now I've inserted two pictures but they won't move so I'm going to right click on one picture and you'll go down and choose wrap text and in that menu you'll choose none. After doing this you'll see that your pictures are completely mobile and you can drag them anywhere on the page. I'm going to do the same for the second picture. Right click, choose wrap text, choose none and now your pictures are mobile. You'll see that both pictures move independently of one another. If I want to group the pictures and have them be equally spaced or however you choose to space them and I want to move all of them at once, I'm going to group them. In order to group the pictures I'm going to press shift and click on the first picture and hold shift down and click on the second picture. If I had more than two pictures I would continue to hold the shift key down and click each picture. Then I'm going to right click and I'm going to choose grouping and click on group. Now my pictures are grouped. And if I just click on one picture or anywhere in the group I can move them around together anywhere on the page. And that's how you group pictures in Microsoft Word. I'm Cathy and thanks for watching.


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