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Microsoft Word Help with step-by-step on how to add or remove AutoShapes
in your document. Learn also how to lock objects in place and handle
Microsoft Word Help - AutoShapes
Locking Objects In Place
Suppose you want an object such as a text box, WordArt image, or
Clip Art to stay in the same place. Normally, what is in the
middle of page 1 is pushed to the bottom of the page or to page 2
when you insert paragraphs at the start of a document.
if you want the paragraph or graphic to stay put, come hell or
Microsoft Word help in that case, where you can lock it to the
page. After you lock it, text flows around your image or
text box, but the image or text box stays put.
To lock an object in place, follow these steps:
the object to the position on the page where you want it
to remain at all times.
||Right-click or select the object, choose Format,
and then choose the last command on the format menu. (The
command is named after the kind of object you are working
the Layout tab in the Format dialog box.
the Layout tab, choose any Wrapping Style option.
the Advanced button.
the Advanced dialog box, click the Picture Position
the Absolute Position option button under
the Lock Anchor check box.
the Move Object With Text check box to remove the
check mark. As soon as you do so, the Absolute Position
Below setting under Vertical changes to page.
Horizontal, choose Page from the Absolute
Position To The Left Of drop-down list.
Now the object
is locked, horizontally and vertically, to the page, and
Microsoft Word help by knowing to keep it at its current position on the page
and not move it in the document when text is
inserted before it.
For now, don't worry about the To The
Left Of and Below settings, in "Step 12", you will drag the
object on the page exactly where you want it to be.
OK in the Advanced Layout dialog box and OK
again in the Format dialog box.
Back in your document,
your object may have slid to a different position.
the object where you want it to be on the page.
tell whether an object has been locked in place,
help you by if you click the
Show/Hide button and look for the picture of an anchor and a tiny
in the left margin of the document.
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