Thank you! I needed some way to resize all photos at work this morning and this worked perfectly.
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I am using Word on XP I am trying to keep an archive of a website by copying each page via screen shot into Word. The images are pasted on a landscape 11x8. I am not able to press the shift key and select 2 or more. Each web page is on it's own page in Word.
These are set for in-line, which is the way I like. I do not have any text in this document. Is there a way to select them all, select all does not work. Formatting a picture was not the same as it was in Why did they get rid of that right-click format picture? Anyway, that's another story.
Thank you in advance. PS- maybe I should use Publisher, it's just some do not work with that program here. This thread is locked. You can follow the question or vote as helpful, but you cannot reply to this thread. I have the same question Previous Next. Thanks for marking this as the answer.
How satisfied are you with this reply? Thanks for your feedback, it helps us improve the site. How satisfied are you with this response? Thanks Doug, that does work, but is there a way to select more than 1 object in Word? I'm more of an Adobe gal and I wish it was that easy I also tried pasting as a screen shot and that filled up the page a bit more.
Stefan Blom Replied on August 15, Volunteer Moderator. In reply to jiouxlie's post on August 15, Using Doug's macro would actually be a lot quicker. In reply to Stefan Blom's post on August 15, Learn how to resize images in word using the right click button:. From the list of options, click on Size and Position. Enter your preferred new image height and width. Click OK to save the new size. If you are dealing with multiple images in your document, you can follow the next steps to resize multiple images at a fraction of the time it takes to resize using any of the sections above:.
Resize an image using of the three methods mentioned in the previous sections.
Click on another image that you want to quickly resize. Press the F4 button. Pressing F4 will tell Microsoft Word to repeat the last action. Since the last action was to resize an image, the same action will be repeated.
You can easily resize pictures, text boxes, shapes, and WordArt in your Office document. Before and after examples of resizing Move pictures in Word. Format pictures you've inserted in a Word document by resizing, rotating or flipping the esebinag.tk can also make a picture transparent.
The selected image will now be on the same size as the first image. You can repeat steps 3 and 4 to other images on the document to quickly resize them.
Q: I have a small image, and I want to enlarge it. Will the steps in this article apply? A: You can enlarge an image, but the resolution of the enlarged version will depend on the resolution of the original image. Microsoft Word cannot turn a low-resolution image into a high-resolution one. Q: Will resizing the photo affect my file size?
The enlarged or reduced photo have the same properties and size. The images are only reduced or enlarged concerning the amount of empty they are taking up in the document.
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