Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
TAKE A PICTURE
of your worksheet
Using Excel’s Copy as Picture feature, you can take
snapshots of cell ranges in your worksheet. The Copy
as Picture feature turns whatever you copy into a
graphic that you can manipulate just as you would
any other graphic. In fact, you can apply styles,
shapes, borders, and picture effects to the graphic.
You can also adjust the brightness and the contrast,
and you can recolor your graphic. You can copy your
graphic to the Clipboard and paste it into other Office
products such as Word or non-Office products such
as Photoshop.
Using the Copy as Picture feature is as simple as
copying and pasting. When you copy as a picture,
you do not retain information such as formulas. The
result is a graphical image with which you can work.
You can resize the image and drag it to a new
location, but you cannot edit the values represented
in the image.
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Click and drag to select cells.
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2
Click the Home tab.
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Click Paste.
A menu appears.
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Click As Picture.
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Click Copy As Picture.
l The Copy Picture dialog box
appears.
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Click As Shown on Screen
(
changes to
).
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Click Picture (
changes to
).
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Click OK.
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