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Office 2008 for the Mac on Demand by Steve Perspection, Inc. Johnson

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Chapter 4. Adding Shapes to Office Documents

What You’ll Do

Draw and Resize Shapes

Create and Edit Modify Freeforms

Add Text to a Shape

Add a Quick Style to a Shape

Add a Quick Style to Shape Text

Add Other Effects to a Shape

Apply Color Fills

Apply Picture or Texture Fills

Apply Gradient Fills

Align and Distribute Objects

Align Objects to Grids and Guides

Change Stacking Order

Rotate and Flip Objects

Group and Ungroup Objects

Create a Text Box

Introduction

When you want to add objects to a document, you can use Microsoft Office as a drawing package. Office provides a wide range of predesigned shapes, line options or freeform tools that allow you to draw, size, and format your own shapes and forms.

You can add several types of drawing ...

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