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Changing a shape’s fill color or image
Changing a shape’s fill color or image
Excel 2013 includes a wide range of built-in styles for your
shapes. It’s likely that you’ll find a style that fits your needs. If
not, you can change a shape’s colors and patterns to bring the
object’s appearance in line with your company’s color scheme
or to make an object stand out from its surroundings. You can
also fill an object with a picture, adding a further dimension to
your control over the shape. Selecting the right image to show
within a shape can make your information that much more
Apply a fill
1 Click the shape that you want to fill.
2 Click the Format tab.
3 Click the Shape Fill down arrow, and use the controls on the menu
that appears to pick a fill color, gradient, or texture.
4 Click the color with which you want to fill the object.
TIP Textures are a great way to apply a gentle, overall pattern
to an object without interfering with any text or image already
positioned in the object.
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