Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Creating shapes and mathematical equations
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Hold down Ctrl and click the circle and the rectangle. Then, on the Format tool tab,
in the Arrange group, click the Align Objects button, and then click Align Center .
Excel centers the shapes horizontally.
10
Without releasing the selection, on the Format tool tab, in the Arrange group, click
the Align Objects button, and then click Align Middle . Excel centers the shapes
vertically.
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Click any spot on the worksheet outside of the circle and rectangle to release the
selection, and then click the rectangle.
12
On the Format tool tab, in the Arrange group, click Send Backward . Excel moves
the rectangle behind the circle.
13
Press Ctrl+Z to undo the last action. Excel moves the rectangle in front of the circle.
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Click anywhere on the worksheet except on the circle or the rectangle. Click the
rectangle and then, on the Insert tab, in the Symbols group, click Equation . The text
Type Equation Here appears in the rectangle.
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On the Design tool tab, in the Structures group, click the Script button, and then
click the Subscript structure (the second from the left in the top row). The Subscript
structure’s outline appears in the rectangle.
 
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