The Insert Title text box is displayed at the top of the graph.
2. Enter the text Study of Weight and Height in the text box.
3. Format the title that you just created.
a. In the Formatting toolbar at the top of the window, select the Arial Rounded
MT Bold font from the font drop-down list
Note: If the Formatting toolbar is dimmed, select the title to make the toolbar
Click the Bold button to undo the text boldface, and the Italic button to
italicize the text.
c. Press ENTER to preserve your formatting selections.
Step Three: Modify the Axis Labels
1. Double-click the Height X-axis label.
2. Move your cursor to the end of the text and type (IN).
3. Press ENTER to preserve the new text.
4. Double-click the Weight Y-axis label.
5. Move your cursor to the end of the text and type (LBS).
6. Press ENTER to preserve the new text.
Step Four: Add and Rotate a Text Annotation
Click the Text button in the Graph toolbar.
2. Click the area of the graph where you want to position your text—for example the
lower right quadrant of the graph. A text box appears.
3. Enter My annotation text in the box. The width of the text box determines the
maximum width of the text line. If a line exceeds the width of the text box, then the
text wraps to the next line. If needed, drag one of the circles on the border of the text
box to the right or left to widen the text box.
4. To rotate the text annotation, follow these steps:
a. Position your cursor in the circle above the text box.
The cursor changes to a rotated arrow.
b. Click and drag the rotated arrow to the left or right. You can rotate the entire box
anywhere within a 360 degree radius.
5. Click anywhere in the graph outside the text box to preserve the text.
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