If you use an earlier version of Word, visit our WordTips site focusing on the menu interface. with microsoft 2007 click the select button all the way on the the left of the home tab. You can then open the document again in Word Online, and continue editing. Thank you guys! Source
At the right end of the Home tab's ribbon, click Select - Select Objects. It may be in the header and acting as a watermark but whatever it will not select. Show Ignored Content As Seen On Welcome to Tech Support Guy! Hold Ctrl and click on the text box. https://support.office.com/en-us/article/Use-Word-Layout-Options-to-move-pictures-becff26a-d1b9-4b9d-80f8-7e214557ca9f
EBSchrader, Feb 24, 2008 #2 slurpee55 Joined: Oct 20, 2004 Messages: 7,837 This is quite annoying, but it works. Try clicking the Select Objects tool in the Home ribbon. Author Bio Allen Wyatt With more than 50 non-fiction books and numerous magazine articles to his credit, Allen Wyatt is an internationally recognized author. maxithetaxi, Oct 31, 2016, in forum: Business Applications Replies: 2 Views: 143 DaveA Oct 31, 2016 How to edit/delete Word context menu items?
Any other feedback? not set with the InLineWithText) the you > can > use the Select Multiple Objects (the icon is found on the Drawing Toolbar > under Customize) to help selecting this image. The key to getting the results you want is usually to click the Layout Options icon. Can't Move Picture In Word Click on OK.
JohnWilson, Feb 25, 2008 #4 museolog Thread Starter Joined: Jan 12, 2008 Messages: 36 Thanks; the real, easy, solution was to choose the arrow tool - I'm not very au fait Word Can't Select Image Behind Text I went to the Table Tools "Layout" ribbon tab and in the Alignment section, I clicked on "Cell Margins". When I try to access shapes that are configured as describe in this thread I get a permission denied exception. Join Now For immediate help use Live now!
The text box in front will also be selected.3. How To Select A Picture Behind Text In Word 2010 that are not InLineWithText. -- Hope this helps DeanH "Onceupon" wrote: > I placed a picture in my word document and formatted to be behind the text. > Now I wish When I added a picture to a table cell the default setting for text wrap was 'inline with text'. Will definitely remember that tip.
Try clicking the Select Objects tool in the Home ribbon. http://www.wordbanter.com/showthread.php?t=83561 If you use images in your Word documents, you have a number of options for how they interact with the text around them, including the option to place them entirely behind How To Move A Picture In Word 2010 At the right end of the Home tab's ribbon, click Select - Select Objects. How To Move A Picture In Word 2013 Same problem.
Meanwhile, bugs that have been in Word for 3-4 versions are still not fixed.Right now, it's looking like it's impossible for me to complete this DTP job using Word. this contact form Sponsored Links « Content controls behaviour and limitation | slow browsing folders » Thread Tools Show Printable Version Email this Page Display Modes Linear Mode Switch to Hybrid Mode Switch Advertisement Recent Posts How to change a colored image... Note that deleting the paragraph would not remove the shape nor did attempting to reformat the paragraph. How To Move A Picture In Word 2007
All rights reserved. Click See more, and then under Options, select Lock anchor. Move a picture, or several pictures, with precision To move a picture a tiny amount, select the picture, then hold down the Ctrl key and press an arrow key. have a peek here slurpee55, Feb 24, 2008 #3 JohnWilson Joined: Nov 22, 2007 Messages: 262 If you don't have the drawing toolbar visible View > Toolbars > Drawing Choose the Arrow tool, select the
You can right-click on Select Objects and add it to the Quick Access Toolbar to make it a bit more accessible, as well. -- Herb Tyson MS MVP Author of the Edit Picture Greyed Out In Word 2013 Click and hold the image to move it to a new position; right-click on the image to bring up options for it. Join & Write a Comment Already a member?
I'm not sure what to do other than look for a new package. Help! "Steve Franks" wrote: Thanks, that makes life much easier. -- Steve Franks "Herb Tyson [MVP]" wrote: This can be difficult in Word 2003 and earlier, too. Tried all of the above and still can't select images or text boxes after they are in the document. Cannot Select Shape In Word Was going crazy.
I placed a picture in my word document and formatted to be behind the text. Covered by US Patent. The drawing toolbar is not active because it does not recognise the picture exists. http://culturahq.com/in-word/how-to-select-a-picture-behind-text-in-word-2010.html Thanks! > 09-08-2009, 01:50 PM #4 Beth Melton Guest Posts: n/a Re: How do I "select" a picture from background of DOC?
Click the Layout Options icon. For absolute control over the alignment and positioning of a picture, use the Layout box to set alignment relative to margins or columns, absolute position in inches, or relative position by Thanks! I have "show hide" reveal codes turned on and still nothing shows up.
Your cache administrator is webmaster. Left by Kelly on Apr 14, 2011 9:04 AM # re: Cannot select images in Microsoft Word? Thanks for the reminder. 0 Featured Post How to run any project with ease Promoted by Quip, Inc Manage projects of all sizes how you want. You helped me greatly.
right-click on the image (instead of trying to left-click to select it). This causes the image to be selected and pop's up the context (right-click) menu. Just press the Esc (escape) The image is there, but there are no watermarks for it. Great visualization and unique informative. To change it go to "Format">>"Background">>"Printed Watermark." Muse can you please mark the thread as solved via the "Thread tools" drop-down list at the top of the post?
When I view the WordML for this document I see a vml element in the shape that says