Aligning images can be done manually by dragging and placing them as required. To get them right, you can use Align tool in the Picture Tools ribbon in PowerPoint 2007 or the Drawing toolbar, located at the bottom of the window, in earlier versions. Select the images and click on the option you want.
Aligning images properly is key to ensuring the audience understands at a glance the information being communicated. This is particularly important in diagrams that explain relationships between individuals, departments or stakeholders. 24point0’s attractive and versatile Stakeholder’s Map is easily customizable and you can add imagery to it as well.
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