In Word alignment, grouping, ordering, and rotating objects is possible. When using Word align text and order objects in various ways.
In addition to aligning objects, Word gives you the ability to arrange objects in a specific order. The ordering is important when two or more objects overlap because it determines which objects are in the front or the back.
Objects are placed on different levels according to the order in which they were inserted into a document. In the example below, if we move the waves image to the beginning of the document, it covers up several of the text boxes. That's because the image is currently on the highest—or top—level. However, we can change its level to put it behind the other objects.
If you have several objects placed on top of each other, it may be difficult to select an individual object. The Selection Pane allows you to easily drag an object to a different level. To view the Selection Pane, click Selection Pane on the Format tab.
If you need to turn an object so it faces a different direction, you can rotate it to the left or right, or you can flip it horizontally or vertically.