I just finished a creative idea in Excel with in mind that it would be all right at the end.
Now the end is near, but I'm not getting the result I was hoping for.
I've been busy covering an image with shapes. However, when I use the zoom-in of the worksheet, the spaces between the shapes will change. Is there a way to lock the shapes on any zoom-in (or zoom-out, depending on how you look at it)? See the pictures below
@Riny_van_Eekelen As you say, Excel is far from being a graphics package. On the other hand, graphics effects can be created that go far beyond the normal 'subway graffiti' style of presentation.
The point of these images is that they are linked to input data and are intended to communicate information.
As for the OPs question, I haven't encountered the problem of shapes moving relative to one another. I wondered whether the triangles are shape boundaries with the rendering depending on pixel spacing. Also, it might be that grouping the shapes may improve the image stability.