The Insert menu contains commands for inserting new elements, such as images, text boxes, object, media, cell names and much more into the current sheet.
Inserts a chart based on data from a cell or table range or with default data.
Opens the Sparklines Properties dialog to define sparklines properties.
Opens a dialog where you can select the source for your pivot table, and then create your table.
The submenu presents various sources that an image, audio or video can be insert from.
Inserts an embedded or linked object into your document, including formulas, QR codes, and OLE objects.
This submenu contains common shapes like a line, circle, triangle, and square, or a symbol shape like a smiley face, heart, and flower that can be inserted into the document.
Draws a text box with horizontal text direction where you drag in the current document. Drag a text box to the size you want anywhere in the document, and then type or paste your text. Rotate the text box to get rotated text.
Opens the Fontwork dialog from which you can insert styled text not possible through standard font formatting into your document.
Opens a submenu to insert special formatting marks like no-break space, soft hyphen, and zero-width space.
Inserts the current date in the cell.
Inserts the current time in the cell.
Opens a submenu for selecting the date, sheet name or document title in the cell.
Defines or formats a header or footer for the page style in use.
This submenu contains form controls like a textbox, checkbox, option button, and listbox that can be inserted into the document.
Insert a graphic box representing a signature line of the document.