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Format object in word2007

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  • Started 3 years ago by byk3bep
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byk3bep
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I have a narrow and high object that i rotate 90deg so it appears horizontal, but the height of the object remains. So now there is a horizontal object and a lot of space above and bellow that i cant get rid of. The cropping does not fix the issue.
I would like to put a pic of the thing but i am new to the forum and lack the knowledge.
Thx for your time and help :)

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Xhi
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Have you tried croping it in the program "Paint"

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byk3bep
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That works just fine
Thx :)

But i was still wondering how can it be done in word?

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Xhi
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How about H2Gs instructions, here How to Crop Pictures in Word, Excel, and PowerPoint 2010 They worked for me in Word 2007

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byk3bep
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Nope :/

This is how the damn thing looks like.

http://imageshack.us/photo/my-.....rafkv.jpg/

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Xhi
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Edit:

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whs
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And there is a crop function in Picture Tools (top right). That should do the job.

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byk3bep
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Thx for the help but that's not it :/

Hope this pic clarifies the problem...

http://imageshack.us/f/255/problemry.jpg/

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