Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
What the Tool Does
Inserts a line.
Inserts an arrow.
Inserts a rectangle or square.
Inserts an oval or a circle.
Inserts a free-floating box into which you type text.
Displays the WordArt Gallery dialog box, which lets you
create attractive titles using text. You also can display this
dialog box with the Insert Picture WordArt command.
Insert Diagram or
Displays the Diagram Gallery dialog box. You can also
display this dialog box with the Insert Diagram command.
Insert Clip Art
Displays the Insert ClipArt dialog box. You can also display
this dialog box with the Insert Picture Clip Art command.
Insert Picture From File
Displays the Insert Picture dialog box. You can also display
this dialog box with the Insert Picture From File command.
Lets you select a fill color or fill effect for an object.
Lets you select the line color for an object.
Lets you select a font color for text objects.
Lets you specify the width of the lines in an object.
Lets you specify the style of the lines in an object.
Lets you specify the arrow style for arrows.
Lets you specify the type of shadow for an object and
settings for the shadow.
Lets you specify the type of perspective effect for an object
and settings for the effect.
When you have several objects on a worksheet, you may want to align these
objects with each other. Or, you may want to align objects with cell borders.
You can drag the objects (which isn’t very precise). Or, you can use the keyboard
arrow keys to move a selected object one pixel at a time. The fastest way to align
objects is to let Excel do it for you.