Rotate inserted picture in Microsoft Word 2007 - blank space on si

Discussion in 'Word Graphics' started by bcjohnston, Oct 20, 2009.

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    bcjohnston Guest

    In MSWord 2007, I insert a photo using ALT-I-P-F (or ALT-N-P), then rotate it
    90° right using ALT-JP-AY-R (because it's a vertical photo). By default, the
    photo is inserted in line with text (which is what I want). After that, there
    is about an inch of blank space (without any characters) appearing to both
    right and left of the photo. How do I get rid of it? It appears the space was
    allocated based on the width of the photo before it was rotated.
    bcjohnston, Oct 20, 2009
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    mari nyampa Guest

    yeah, this is suck. guess u need to rotate the photo first using other program, such mspowerpoint, then paste the fix orientation of your photo to your msword document again. we can do it smoothly in msword 2003, but in msword 2007, i found this is the only way...goodluck.
    mari nyampa, Mar 23, 2011
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