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Microsoft Excel 2010 : Working with Graphics - Using AutoShapes

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Excel enables you to add numerous predesigned shapes, called AutoShapes, to your worksheets. For example, you can insert any one of the following AutoShapes into your worksheet: Lines, Connectors, Basic Shapes, Block Arrows, Flowchart, Stars and Banners, Callouts, and more. AutoShapes are ideal when you don’t want to spend the time to draw your own fancy symbols, instead preferring to get up and running with one of Excel’s prefab symbols.



1. On the Insert tab, click the Shapes drop-down, and select from the different shape options (here, Smiley Face).

2. The mouse pointer changes to a plus sign. Click and drag the pointer to draw the object at the desired size; then release the mouse button.

3. The new shape is added, complete with sizing handles.


Note: Resizing and Moving Objects

Move the mouse over an object border; the pointer becomes a four-headed arrow, and you can move it ; a two-headed arrow enables you to resize it .


Note: Formatting AutoShapes

To format your AutoShape, right-click the object, and select Format Shape from the shortcut menu. Click the Colors and Lines tab, and choose from the various colors, line types, and arrows. You can also use the Format tab that appears on the ribbon after you select an Autoshape.

 
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