You have inserted several graphics – most likely pictures – on your slide. You have tried to line them up manually yourself, but they are still not quite right. What do you do?
The good news is that you can line up any number of graphics either horizontally or vertically -- to the left, right, top or bottom. Additionally, you have the choice to make these alignments in relation to each other, or relative to the slide. The steps are quick and simple.
- Select All Graphic Objects on the Slide
- Place the mouse above and to the left of the corner of the uppermost graphic object.
- Click and hold the mouse button to drag a window to the bottom right corner of the slide.
- Release the mouse. This will select all of the graphics on the slide.
Note - Alternatively, you may choose to use the shortcut key combination of Ctrl + A to select all objects on the slide.
- Select Only a Few of the Graphic Objects on the Slide
- Click on the first object to select it.
- Hold the Shift key while you click on each other object in turn. Only those objects you want to align will be selected.
Next - Align Objects to Each Other