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Chapter 12. Enlivening Documents with Dr... > Controlling Objects in Drawings

Controlling Objects in Drawings

When you create a drawing using objects, you’ll find that you frequently need to adjust existing objects in a number of ways. Because drawn pictures are made of lines and shapes, you can reshape, group and ungroup, reorder, and change the color of one or all parts of a picture. This part of the chapter describes the numerous ways you can work with existing objects when you create drawings in Word.

Modifying Objects

Rarely will you instantly create a shape in the exact position and size required by your drawing. Therefore, you need to become proficient at resizing, reshaping, rotating, and flipping objects before you can successfully create drawings in Word.


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