Arranging Objects

In Word alignment, grouping, ordering, and rotating objects is possible. When using Word align text and order objects in various ways.


  1. Open an existing Word 2013 document that contains objects or images. If you want, you can use our practice document.
  2. Practice using the align options from the Align command. If you're using the example, align the seashells and starfish so they are in a row.
  3. Practice using the rotate options.
  4. Create a new shape, then send it behind the other objects. If you're using the example, bring the fish forward in front of the red text box.
  5. Group the objects into one object. If you're using the example, group the red text box and the fish.
  6. Move the grouped object to a new location on the document.
  7. Ungroup the object.