|Two different sized images aligned to Middle in Microsoft Word.|
How to Align Images in Microsoft Word
Recently, someone asked me how to do a simple technique in Microsoft Word. She knew I have taught Microsoft Office college courses since August of 2004. When I explained how to do the steps to get the results she wanted, she recommended that I occasionally add a post on this blog on how to do a technique in Word. So, for a while, I will be adding Word tips and tricks, as well as tips for using the other Microsoft Office applications at least once a week.
If you have a specific Microsoft Office question, be sure to let me know using the comments section at the bottom of this post. I will be happy to write a how-to article to answer your question.
Before Aligning Images, Set the Wrap Text Property
Setting the Wrap Text Property for Images
- With an image selected, on the Picture Tools Format tab Arrange Group, click the Wrap Text button.
- Select Behind Text.
|Select the alignment option you prefer. Here we are using Align Middle,|
but I recommend you play with the other commands to see
what they can do for the images in your document.
Aligning Graphics in Word 2013 or Word 2016
- On the Picture Tools Format tab Arrange Group, click the Align button, and then click Align Selected Objects.
- Click the Align button and click the desired alignment option. For each option you want to use, you will have to click the Align button again to access the menu.
Aligning Graphics in Office 365 Word Online
Microsoft Office comes in several versions. Select the one that best fits your needs.
Do you use Microsoft Word or other Microsoft Office applications? Do you have a question on how to do something using one of these applications? Let me know in the comment section!