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Microsoft® Office Excel 2003 Inside Out by Mark Dodge, Craig Stinson

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Working with Graphic Objects

After you create graphic objects on your worksheet, you'll need to move them around and format them. You can also control their protection attributes and specify the way objects respond to changes in the position of underlying cells. This section discusses the many ways that you can use Excel to help you accomplish these tasks.

Selecting and Grouping Objects

Sometimes you'll find it convenient to move, resize, or even reformat more than one object at a time. If you create a logo using multiple objects, for example, you will want to move all objects as a single unit, preserving their positions relative to one another. For these purposes, Excel includes the Select Objects button on the Drawing toolbar, as well as the Group, ...

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