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Re: [libreoffice-users] Resize object symmetrically?



On 9/12/19 08:27, Blue Upsilon wrote:
Let's say I insert a square or image to my slide or document.
I want to resize it symmetrically,
like let's say I want to make it larger vertically and as click & hold and drag down I want it to not just get bigger vertically down but symmetrically up too; by help of pressing a key.

Most visual editors have this like InkScape or MS office, etc.
(In InkScape you press Shift and drag and it resizes in both directions.)

Does LO have this? (I've tried searching online and trying different key combinations to no avail...)

Thanks in advance,
Blue Upsilon

A simple method although it does not involve dragging. Right click the image. Select "Position and Size" from the context menu. Now you have two choices:
1) Select "Keep ratio" and enter either the height or width values.
2) Enter the height and width values.

Dan


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