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PostPosted: Tue Nov 16, 2010 8:44 pm 
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I could manually „assign“ the shape of USA but it would not assign automatically Alaska.... (that then needs to be done manually).
Do you offer a system that would assign range of multiple countries?

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PostPosted: Tue Nov 16, 2010 8:58 pm 
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Tips & tricks to quickly do smart selections:

  • To select objects that are hidden, stacked, or behind text,
    click Select Objects, and then draw a box over the objects.
    (It's the "Arrow" button on the BeGraphic ribbon inside the "Excel layout" category)
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  • To open the task pane where you can select, multiselect, show, hide, or change the order of objects,
    click Selection Pane (only Excel 2007 or 2010), and then click the options that you want.
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  • Select multiple objects:
    Press and hold SHIFT or CTRL while you click the objects.
  • Select an object that is under other objects and cycle forward through the stack of objects:
    Select the top object, and then press TAB.
  • Select an object that is under other objects and cycle backward through the stack of objects:
    Select the top object, and then press SHIFT+TAB.
  • Select objects that are part of a group:
    Select the group, and then do one of the following:
    - To select one object, click the object.
    - To select multiple shapes in a group, press and hold SHIFT or CTRL while you click the shapes.
  • Cancel the selection of one object at a time:
    Press and hold SHIFT or CTRL while you click each object.
  • To create a perfect square or circle (or constrain the dimensions of other shapes):
    press and hold SHIFT while you drag.

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Explanation : WMF and EMF formats are the only vector formats supported by Microsoft Office.

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