There are a few ways to change the size of a graphic in Excel. The first way is to select the graphic, then go to the "Format" tab on the ribbon. In the "Size" section, there are options to change the height and width of the graphic. You can also click on the "Resize" button to open a dialog box where you can enter specific values for the height and width.
Another way to change the size of a graphic is to select it, then hold down the "Shift" key and use the arrow keys on your keyboard to resize it. You can also hold down the "Ctrl" key and use your mouse wheel to zoom in or out of the graphic.
If you want to maintain the aspect ratio of the graphic as you resize it, you can hold down the "Shift" key while resizing it with your mouse. Or, you can select the graphic, then go to the "Format" tab on the ribbon and check the "Lock aspect ratio" box in the "Size" section.
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