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Inserting Multiple Drawing Objects in Excel

There are a few different ways that you can insert multiple drawing objects into an Excel spreadsheet. One way is to use the Insert Object tool, which can be found under the Insert tab on the ribbon. To use this tool, first select the cells where you want to insert the objects. Then, click the Insert Object button and select the objects that you want to insert. You can also insert multiple objects by copying and pasting them from another program, such as Microsoft Word or PowerPoint. To do this, first select the objects that you want to copy. Then, press Ctrl+C to copy them. Next, go to the Excel spreadsheet and press Ctrl+V to paste.

Another way to insert multiple drawing objects is to use the Shapes tool, which can be found under the Insert tab as well. To use this tool, first select the cells where you want to insert the shapes. Then, click on the Shapes button and choose the shape that you want to insert. You can also insert multiple shapes by holding down the Shift key while you click on each shape that you want to insert.

If you want even more control over your drawings, you can use the Drawing Tools toolbar. To access this toolbar, click on any drawing object in your spreadsheet. Then, click on the Drawing Tools button in the ribbon. This will open up a toolbar with a variety of different options for editing your drawing, such as changing its color or adding special effects.

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