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Old 07-05-2018, 01:40 AM
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Default How to place two graphics exactly side by side


I am currently using MS 2013 and am having difficulty placing two boxes of tables together. I am making up an answer sheet for some of my students and I want to place the boxes side by side with a small gap separating them. I have no problem making the tables (7 x 4) but when I try to place them together they either won't go or appear out of line. Perhaps someone can help.
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Old 07-05-2018, 10:57 PM
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I am using Word 2013 and I want to place two graphics (Tables) on a page side by side. Every time I try, it either won't let me or place it at all or puts one slightly above or below the other. I think I know what it is trying to do but I can't work out how to get past it. Some help is needed.
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Which are they - graphics or tables? What text wrapping are you using?
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Instead of actually putting two tables side by side, you can add an extra column whose borders you hide, to create the effect of two side by side tables.
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This is a duplicate of: http://www.msofficeforums.com/drawin...side-side.html, concerning which you were asked for clarification that you never bothered to provide. Kindly don't start multiple discussions on the same topic. Threads merged.
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