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Please help. Need help with this resource.

Discussion in 'Primary' started by languageisheartosay, Mar 5, 2012.

  1. languageisheartosay

    languageisheartosay Occasional commenter

    I made some bookmarks with pictures I had in My Pics at the w/e. I wanted the writing up the length of the bookmark and the picture at the top normal orientation, 4 per A4. I thought 'easy', started in Word with a table 4 columnsx2 rows. It had a mind of its own and when I inserted the first picture in the first cell in the top row it ruined the columns.
    I found that if I told it the exact width of the column to be used (fixed in one of the format thingies) then this didn't happen. I then clicked on the pic which went over the cell edge and dragged from the corner until it fitted. Did not use the 'dog' step as OP suggested.
    Then I wrote the text in the first cell of the 2nd row and turned it sideways and by searching the Help in Word found I could copy the text to each other box by clicking an icon. Still needed a further click to change the direction as it ran down in the copies instead of up.
    Once the method of getting the pictures to stay where I wanted was sorted, it was relatively easy!
    Don't know if this is clear or any help!
  2. sorry for being very dense here but what is "walk the dog?"
  3. I think she means dragging the picture along until it is where you want it to be. That's what I took it to mean anyway. Thankfully I managed to get the resource sorted and the pictures where I wanted them to go.

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