Position Drawing Objects
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You can position drawing objects in various ways You can drag objects roughly into position, nudge them precisely into position, use the Format dialog box to position them by specifying measurements, align one object according to another, and create groups of objects that you can format and move together You can also adjust the granularity of the drawing grid and choose whether objects snap to the grid or not
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The basic method of positioning an object is to select it and drag it to where you want it to appear Dragging is good for moving objects for medium or long distances, but for short distances or pinpoint placement, you need a steady hand with the mouse To move an object a shorter distance, nudge it Select the object and press the appropriate arrow key ( , , , or ) to move the object one square up, down, left, or right on the underlying grid that Excel uses for positioning objects You can also nudge a selected object by choosing Draw | Nudge and then choosing Up, Down, Left, or Right from the submenu, as appropriate In most cases, the Nudge submenu is too cumbersome to be effective unless you tear it off and leave it displayed for immediate clicking
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Snap an Object to the Grid or to a Shape
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For positioning objects on a worksheet, Excel uses a drawing grid You can neither display nor configure this grid, as you can in Word and PowerPoint, but you can control whether an object
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snaps to the grid or to another object by choosing Draw | Snap | To Grid or Draw | Snap | To Shape, respectively, from the Drawing toolbar
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Align an Object According to Another Object
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Instead of positioning an object by a gridline or a shape, you can align an object with another object To do so, follow these steps: 1 Select the object according to which you want to align the other object or objects 2 Hold down SHIFT and click to select the other objects 3 Choose Draw | Align or Distribute from the Drawing toolbar, then choose the appropriate command from the submenu Most of the options are self-explanatory, but the following options merit explanation:
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The Align Center option applies horizontal centering, while the Align Middle option
applies vertical centering
The Distribute Horizontally option and the Vertically option place the objects evenly
across the area These commands are available only when you have three or more objects selected
Group and Ungroup Objects
When you ve selected multiple objects by SHIFT-clicking or CTRL-clicking, you can treat them as an informal group for example, you can drag an object to move all the objects, or apply shared formatting to all the objects at once To apply formal grouping so that you can quickly work with these objects as a unit in future, issue a Group command from the Draw menu or the Grouping submenu on the shortcut menu To ungroup grouped objects, issue an Ungroup command To regroup objects, issue a Regroup command
Layer Drawing Objects
To adjust the order in which drawing objects appear, select an object and use the Order submenu on the Draw menu or the shortcut menu to move the object forward or back Your choices are to bring the object to the front or send it to the back, to bring it forward by one layer or send it backward by one layer, and to bring it in front of the text or send it behind the text To hide all objects so that you can enter text in cells that they would otherwise obscure, choose Tools | Options, select the Hide All option button in the Objects section of the View tab of the Options dialog box, and then click the OK button To display the objects again, select the Show All button in the Objects section of the View tab
Use Text Boxes to Position Text Wherever You Need It
As you ve seen earlier in this book, you can wrap text to fit more text in a cell but increasing the depth of the cell increases the depth of the whole row, which can cause problems with layout