Tuesday, January 24, 2012

Resize multiple images in Word 2007

Usually there are a number of images in my word documents. After I fill in all the contents, often it is necessary to change the size of all the images. For example, all are reduced to 50% of its original size. Word seems not to provide a straight way to do it. However, we can use the repeat function. Note that the file should be saved as Word 2003 format first if you use Word 2007.

  • First, choose one of the images, resize it. For Word 2007, see help here. 
  • Then choose the next image, press the repeat button. For more information about repeat button, see here. The keyboard shortcut  for repeat function is CTRL+Y or F4.
  • Do the same to every other image. Done!

7 comments:

  1. I was searching for this and finally got it ... very useful.

    Thanks
    Suresh

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  2. great, exactly what I was looking for!

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  3. Thanks! Well worth posting. Couldn't figure this out.

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  4. Thanks man, that worked!

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  5. why it no worky q_q

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  6. CTRL+4 & F4 just don't do anything. Did not work.

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    1. Note that the file should be saved as Word 2003 format first if you use Word 2007.

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