Intermediate Excel XP
|Inserting Pictures and Drawings|
This module will cover the topics in the bulleted list below relating to Inserting Pictures and Drawings. Complete each of the activities by following the steps enumerated in the yellow box. Some of the activities will be accompanied by demos to help you "see" the steps being performed before trying them yourself. At the end of this module, you will be given an assignment which you should complete and email as an attachment to firstname.lastname@example.org . It is up to you how many drawing objects you create for this assignment.
|Explore the various drawing tools|
|Activity 1: Explore
the various drawing tools
1. Open Excel to a blank document. Save as "Drawings and Pictures".
2. Practice using the various drawing tools found in the picture below.
3. Save your work.
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|Insert an imported picture or clip art|
|Activity 2: Insert
an imported picture or clip art
Use this procedure to place a picture on a worksheet. You can also
apply a picture to certain chart items, such as data markers.
If you installed Clip Gallery when you installed Microsoft Office, you
can insert clip art in your workbook by using the Clip Art command
(Insert menu, Picture submenu).
To insert a picture on a worksheet or chart sheet, click the sheet
tab for the worksheet or chart sheet.
To insert a picture on an embedded chart, click the embedded chart.
On the Insert menu, point to Picture, and then click From
Locate the folder that contains the picture you want to insert.
4. Double-click the picture.
Save your work and email as an attachment to
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|Assignment 2 Due! Email as an attachment to email@example.com .|
|You have now completed this module. Take a few minutes to review and practice what you have learned. If you are through for this session, close all programs, being sure to save any work. You may now begin the next module by clicking on the Back to Index link on this page and then clicking on the next module on the homepage of this course.|