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https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/topic/add-shapes-0e492bb4-3f91-43b5-803f-dd0998e0eb89

You can add shapes, such as boxes, circles, and arrows, to your documents, email messages, slide shows, and spreadsheets. To add a shape, click Insert, click Shapes, select a shape, and then click and drag to draw the shape.

https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/office/shape-basics-resize-format-move-and-add...

Find shape-specific commands. To display shape-specific commands. Right-click the shape that you want to inspect. Visio displays a shortcut menu that has shape-specific commands, some fo which may be unique to the type of shape that you have selected. Some shapes have special control handles, indicated by , that you can use to modify the shape ...

https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/topic/draw-a-curve-or-circle-shape-bf9826a8-c21f-4...

On the Insert tab, click Shapes. Under Lines, click Curve. Click where you want the curve to start, drag to draw, and then click wherever you want to add a curve. To end a shape, do one of the following:

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/office/vba/api/excel.shapes

Use Range (index), where index is the shape's name or index number or an array of shape names or index numbers, to return a ShapeRange collection that represents a subset of the Shapes collection. The following example sets the fill pattern for shapes one and three on myDocument.