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Default How does one select multiple drawn objects in Excel 2007?

In previous versions I used the selection arrow to drag a rectangle around a
number of objects to select them for moving or grouping or applying a common
attribute. How is this done in Excel 2007?

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Default How does one select multiple drawn objects in Excel 2007?

On the Home tab, click on the Find & Select button (far right), where you'll
see the Select Objects command next to the familiar arrow.

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In previous versions I used the selection arrow to drag a rectangle around
a
number of objects to select them for moving or grouping or applying a
common
attribute. How is this done in Excel 2007?





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