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In this Word 2007 tutorial, learn how to use a grid in order to place your objects. You can see this grid by turning on the ...
visible grid option.
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How to Turn On the Visible Grid in Word 2007
When you’re working with shapes and other objects in Microsoft Word you may fine it really helpful to turn on the grid lines so you can get your sizing and your spacing just right. To do so we’re going to go ahead and select the objects that we do have that we want to use the grid for and I’m doing that by using my shift button and then clicking, click on the format tab and then over here on the online button you’re going to click on grid settings and right now our grid settings are on so to show it under show grid click a check box before display grid lines on screen
Now you can set this to be vertical every certain space. So by default these are going to be one that’s your typical grid. If you want a larger grid you can increase those numbers to make it a larger grid in this kind of basically skip the grid lines that you don’t put in there. You can also change this spec to default after you’ve changed it by clicking the default button.
You could choose to snap the objects to the grid when the grid lines are not displayed so basically you can’t see the grid but you can still use it when you have this option chosen. But you can choose to use the margins when you have your grid completed or you can choose to have it come about a different way. You can also choose the spacing and the vertical spacing for your grid and then choose the snap objects to other objects.
So we’re just going to leave this like this to display our basic grid. Go ahead and click okay and we have a grid. Now we can use this grid to line up our objects whether it to be together or to be separately and if we want to get back and turn those grid lines off just select the one on the shapes make sure you’re on the format tab, click the online button again and then click to uncheck where it says view grid lines and it’s going to go ahead and take off those grid lines for you.