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Conform several graphs/charts copied into MS Word to same size and format

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Hello, I have several graphs/charts that were created in MS Excel that I've copied into a MS Word document and now need to conform all of the graphs/charts so that they are the same size (height/width) and format. Is anyone aware of a process or macro or utility that could do that for me? Thanks in advance...
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Try this macro. Just change the height and width values to meet your needs.
Sub FormatShapes()
Dim i, x As Integer

i = ActiveDocument.InlineShapes.Count
    For x = 1 To i
        With ActiveDocument
            .InlineShapes(x).Height = 115.2
            .InlineShapes(x).Width = 220.3
        End With
    Next x
End Sub

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That is amazing! Thank you so much!
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Happy to be of service!
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