Re: Yet another odd Word question...

Subject: Re: Yet another odd Word question...
From: "THOMAS FLAHIVE" <TFLAHIVE -at- rpc -dot- com>
To: "TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com>
Date: Fri, 01 Jun 2001 15:34:13 -0400

try this:

Right click on the Screenshot
Select Show Picture Toolbar
Select Text Wrapping (The yellow diamond in a striped square)
Select Edit Wrap Points
Select the desired wrap style.
Now return to the screenshot and left click outside the screenshot.
Then inside the screenshot left click and hold.
Drag and drop the screenshot where you want it.

Tom Flahive
Senior Technical Writer
Robert Plan Corporation
email: tflahive -at- rpc -dot- com
phone: 732.777.5804
fax: 732.777.5681
> >>> <leanne -dot- sanderson -at- us -dot- abb -dot- com> 06/01/2001 3:08:10 PM >>>
> Scott wrote,
> <<Sorry to bother you about something so darn trivial, but I'm working on =
> a
> small Word 97 document and I'm trying to insert screen shots and center =
> them. I
> center the cursor before inserting the screen shot, but they appear left
> justified. I press the center icon and nothing happens. I even have =
> pressed
> the Align Right icon, and ... nothing happens.>>
> Try creating a separate style (you can call it "screen"). Base the style =
> on
> "none" with no special margin settings, and select centered alignment. I
> tested this briefly on my machine (which is NT) and it worked.
> Leanne Sanderson
> ABB Automation Inc.


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