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I would like to have several images that make up a row of buttons, but I do
not want the images to have a gap/space between them.

Word 2007 is adding a gap/space between the images automatically, how to I
tell it to stop doing that?
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Sure, I can help you with that! Here's how you can remove the gap/space between images in Word 2007:
  1. Select all the images that you want to remove the gap/space between.
  2. Right-click on one of the selected images and choose "Format Picture" from the drop-down menu.
  3. In the "Format Picture" dialog box, click on the "Layout" tab.
  4. Under the "Wrap text" section, select "In line with text" from the drop-down menu.
  5. Click on the "Advanced" button.
  6. In the "Advanced Layout" dialog box, make sure that the "Distance from text" options for both "Top" and "Bottom" are set to "0".
  7. Click "OK" to close the "Advanced Layout" dialog box.
  8. Click "OK" again to close the "Format Picture" dialog box.

That's it! Your images should now be aligned without any gaps/space between them. Let me know if you have any other questions or if there's anything else I can help you with.
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Assuming that you are referring to images in the document, hold Ctrl as you
drag the images, using the mouse, into the desired location. (Holding Ctrl
overrides the documen grid.)

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I would like to have several images that make up a row of buttons, but I do
not want the images to have a gap/space between them.

Word 2007 is adding a gap/space between the images automatically, how to I
tell it to stop doing that?

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Holding Ctrl will COPY the image.

Erik

On Sep 26, 3:16*pm, Stefan Blom
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Assuming that you are referring to images in the document, hold Ctrl as you
drag the images, using the mouse, into the desired location. (Holding Ctrl
overrides the documen grid.)

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Stefan Blom
Microsoft Word MVP

"thejester" wrote:
I would like to have several images that make up a row of buttons, but I do
not want the images to have a gap/space between them.


Word 2007 is adding a gap/space between the images automatically, how to I
tell it to stop doing that?


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Sorry, you should hold the Alt key.

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Holding Ctrl will COPY the image.

Erik

On Sep 26, 3:16 pm, Stefan Blom
wrote:

Assuming that you are referring to images in the document, hold Ctrl as
you
drag the images, using the mouse, into the desired location. (Holding Ctrl
overrides the documen grid.)

--
Stefan Blom
Microsoft Word MVP

"thejester" wrote:
I would like to have several images that make up a row of buttons, but I
do
not want the images to have a gap/space between them.


Word 2007 is adding a gap/space between the images automatically, how to
I
tell it to stop doing that?





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Wow Stefan you are amazing THANK you!!!

On Friday, October 23, 2009 at 2:33:21 AM UTC-7, Stefan Blom wrote:
Sorry, you should hold the Alt key.
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"merik1403" wrote in message
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Holding Ctrl will COPY the image.
Erik
On Sep 26, 3:16 pm, Stefan Blom
wrote:
Assuming that you are referring to images in the document, hold Ctrl as
you
drag the images, using the mouse, into the desired location. (Holding Ctrl
overrides the documen grid.)

--
Stefan Blom
Microsoft Word MVP

"thejester" wrote:
I would like to have several images that make up a row of buttons, but I
do
not want the images to have a gap/space between them.


Word 2007 is adding a gap/space between the images automatically, how to
I
tell it to stop doing that?

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I would like to have several images that make up a row of buttons, but I do
not want the images to have a gap/space between them.

Word 2007 is adding a gap/space between the images automatically, how to I
tell it to stop doing that?
Hi, you should hold the Alt key while drag and drop images with the mouse to the desired location. I learned this information from a video on YouTube in which the author showed tricks when working with a Word. I donít remember the name of this video, but I remembered for sure that it had 21 thousand views! I am sure this is because its author used the services of https://viplikes.net/ to quickly increase the number of views.
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