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How to insert shapes that don't cover the grid?

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    How to insert shapes that don't cover the grid?

    (^_^) Hi, >>

    I have tried to make cartesian coordinates (X)and (Y) using excel 2007. now I want to represent some shapes (circles, squares, triangles, and so one).
    My problem now is with formating those shapes. I use this path (Insert > Shapes),, but the shape I add cover the grid,
    I want (for example) a circle but I need only its circumference, and without covering the grid by its area. the same for other shapes.

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    Re: How to insert shapes that don't cover the grid?

    Format the shape to have no fill (Right click, Format Shape, tick No fill)
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    Re: How to insert shapes that don't cover the grid?

    Quote Originally Posted by shg View Post
    Format the shape to have no fill (Right click, Format Shape, tick No fill)
    I have never noticed that before.. Thank You (^_^)

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    Re: How to insert shapes that don't cover the grid?

    Quote Originally Posted by shg View Post
    Format the shape to have no fill (Right click, Format Shape, tick No fill)
    I have never noticed that before , thank you , (^_^)

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