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Locking an image to a cell

Posted on 2014-03-19
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Folks,
The image below shows a picture of a 2-D Chart. My objective is to keep this image stationary (locked to the location it is and move with the row up or down) so the user cannot right click on it and move it some place else. The picture is directly to the right of the yellow arrow.

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Question by:Frank Freese
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If you protect the worksheet (after unlocking the cells you want editable), then the user cannot move the objects anymore. For that, go to Review \ Protect Sheet
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thank you - missed the worksheet protection
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