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How can you centre an object in relation to an indented piece of text in MS Word?

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What i want is to centre a screen shot in relation to the block of text on the 3rd and 4th lines, i.e. not centred from left to right of the document.

thanks
pythonV



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You could insert a table in your document. In your example, you could create 2 rows and then split the bottom row (for the screen shot and text).

You can then simply format the cell the screen shot is in and center justify it.

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yep. guess it was obvious.

many thanks
pythonV
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