Excel Guides

How to Change the Size of a Drawing Object in Excel

There are a few ways to change the size of a drawing object in Excel. You can use the mouse to click and drag the object to resize it, or you can use the sizing handles that appear around the object when it is selected. You can also use the Ribbon to make precise adjustments to an object's size.

To resize an object using the mouse:

  1. Click on the object to select it.
  2. Position the mouse cursor over one of the sizing handles (small squares) that appear around the selected object.
  3. Click and drag the sizing handle to resize the object.

To resize an object using the Ribbon:

  1. Click on the object to select it.
  2. On the Format tab of the Ribbon, click Size. This will open the Size pane on the right side of the window.

In the Size pane, you can enter precise values for an object's width, height (in inches), and (in points). You can also use the dropdown menus to select a preset size for your object.
    < li > To rotate an object : Click on the object to select it . On The Format tab Of The Ribbon , click Rotate . This will open The Rotate pane On The Right side Of The Window . In The Rotate pane , you Can Use The Dropdown Menus To Select A Preset Rotation Angle For Your Object . You Can Also Use The Mouse To Click And Drag The Object To Rotate It . < / li > < li > To Flip An Object : Click On The Object To Select It . On The Format Tab Of The Ribbon , Click Flip Horizontal Or Flip Vertical . This Will Flip The Object horizontally Or Vertically , Respectively . < / li > < / ol >
    That's all there is to changing an object's size in Excel! With a little practice, you'll be able to quickly and easily resize objects to perfectly suit your needs.