# Isometric Drawing in Excel – 3 Steps

### STEP 1 – Drawing Different Shapes

Steps:

• Go to the Insert tab.
• Click Shapes.
• Select a shape. Here, Rectangular: top corner rounded.

• Draw it using the mouse. You can control the size of the shape.

• Select the shape and right-click.
• Go to Fill and change the color of the shape. Here, No Fill.

• You can change the outline thickness in Weight.

• Add circular shapes to complete the drawing.

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### Step 2 – Insert Measuring Lines

Steps:

• Go to the Insert tab.
• Click Shapes.
• Select Lines. Select a line.

• Place the cursor on the line and right-click.
• Select Dashes and choose a line pattern.

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### STEP 3 – Add Text

Steps:

• Click the Insert tab.
• Select Text.
• Choose Text Box.

• Edit the text box.

Repeat the steps to complete the isometric drawing.

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