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Quickly Duplicating Drawing Objects in Excel

There are a few different ways that you can quickly duplicate drawing objects in Excel. One way is to use the Duplicate command. To do this, first select the drawing object that you want to duplicate. Then, click on the Format tab in the ribbon. In the Arrange group, click on the Duplicate button. A drop-down menu will appear. From here, you can choose how you want to duplicate the object.

Another way to quickly duplicate a drawing object is to use the keyboard shortcut CTRL+D. This will duplicate the selected object and place it directly below the original object.

If you want to create an exact copy of a drawing object, you can use the Copy and Paste commands. First, select the object that you want to copy. Then, click on the Home tab in the ribbon. In the Clipboard group, click on the Copy button. Next, select where you want to paste the copied object. Finally, click on the Paste button.

You can also use drag and drop to quickly duplicate a drawing object. First, select the object that you want to duplicate. Then, click on it and hold down your mouse button while you drag it to its new location.

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