Word - Creating and saving your graphics

October 2017

When you want to create a chart without accurate data under Word or Excek, you can make use the "Quick Parts" command:


Creating your graphics

To do this, first manually create your graphics using the drawing tools of Word:
  • Create a Canvas : Insert tab > Illustrations > Shapes > New drawing canvas
  • Draw the axes using the line tools : "Insert > Shapes
  • Add text boxes to label the axes: " Insert > Text Box "
  • Add grid and title area if necessary
  • You can group the elements of design : "Organize - Group "

Saving your graphics

  • To save your graphis: Insert> Quick Parts > Save Selection to Quick Part Gallery".
  • Insert tab > QuickPart.
  • Insert your graphics.


Here is an example of a graph (added with Quick Parts ) in a Word document : http://cjoint.com/?CJiqLFOdVtd.
Published by deri58. Latest update on October 9, 2013 at 06:10 AM by deri58.
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