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Chapter 15. Drawing in Word > Editing Objects in a Word Drawing

Editing Objects in a Word Drawing

When you have a line, rectangle, circle, or other AutoShape in your document, you must first select the object to work with it. Lines and shapes are selected when you first place them in your document. After that, you can select a line or shape at any time by clicking on it. When the object is selected, small circles called sizing handlesappear at the ends or corners of the shape.

You can select more than one object at a time. To do so, select the first object; press Shift and select each additional object you want. Release the Shift key; the objects remain selected, and you can format them together.


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