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Hiding Graphics in Excel

There are a few ways to hide graphics in Excel. One way is to use the Hide command. To do this, first select the graphic you want to hide. Then, go to the Format tab on the ribbon and click on the drop-down arrow next to the word visibility in the Arrange group. Finally, click on Hide.

Another way to hide graphics in Excel is to use the Group command. To do this, first select the graphic you want to hide. Then, go to the Format tab on the ribbon and click on the Group command in the Arrange group. This will bring up a dialog box where you can choose to create a new group or add the selected object to an existing group. Once you have made your selection, click OK.

If you want to prevent someone from accidentally ungrouping your objects, you can lock them. To do this, first select the graphic you want to lock. Then, go to the Format tab on the ribbon and click on the Lock command in the Arrange group. This will bring up a dialog box where you can enter a password for locking the object. Once you have entered a password, click OK.

Once an object is locked, it cannot be unlocked without knowing the password. So if you forget your password, there is no way to retrieve it.

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