Are you creating these rows and columns manually, or are have you placed the images using InDesign's table features?
Dear Steve, thanks for the quick reply.
I think my question wasn't clear. I did not use tables feature. When I said columns, I meant the grid lines I created. So basically, I divided the master page into 5 columns using layout and margins (Menu>Layout>Layout & margins > columns) and have placed each image in a column and 3 rows to the bottom so there are 15 images in a page. I have about 200 pages of document. I need to remove few images from the document. So, when I remove an image, I had to manually move all the images backwards to fill the gap. (drag with mouse). So wondering if there is an option where when I remove an image, can rest of the images move backwards to fill the gap without me doing it manually? or if not, is there at least a short cut to move selected image to previous or next column without dragging it with mouse? Thank you.
If the images were manually placed, and not connected to each other, you'll probably have to do it manually.
If you had anchored the images in a text flow, or in a table, it would probably be easier.