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I can easily centre it horizonatlly but can't work out how to centre it
vertically. (Using Word 2003)
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Sure, I can help you with that! Here's how you can center a picture both horizontally and vertically in a table cell in Word 2003:
  1. First, select the picture that you want to center in the table cell.
  2. Next, right-click on the picture and select "Format Picture" from the drop-down menu.
  3. In the "Format Picture" dialog box, select the "Layout" tab.
  4. Under the "Options" section, select "Square" from the "Wrapping style" drop-down menu.
  5. Under the "Alignment" section, select "Centered" from both the "Horizontal alignment" and "Vertical alignment" drop-down menus.
  6. Click "OK" to apply the changes.

Your picture should now be centered both horizontally and vertically in the table cell. If you need to adjust the size of the picture or the size of the table cell, you can do so by selecting the table cell and using the sizing handles to resize it.

I hope that helps!
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Right click on the Cell and select Cell Alignment then make your choice
(middle item; middle row)

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Right click on the Cell and select Cell Alignment then make your choice
(middle item; middle row)

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I can easily centre it horizonatlly but can't work out how to centre it
vertically. (Using Word 2003)
Doug, it works but not precisely enough. Moves the pic like 1/4" increments. Is there a finer way to do this? also, grayed out are the options under the "position" tab for the image. Any idea?
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Doug, it works but not precisely enough. Moves the pic like 1/4" increments. Is there a finer way to do this? also, grayed out are the options under the "position" tab for the image. Any idea?
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