The Crop tool in Excel is a part of the Size commands block. It’s available on the Picture Format tab. It’ll only be available when you add an image to your Excel worksheet. It should open as soon as you click on the graphic, but if not, you can right-click on the graphic and select Show Picture Toolbar.
Cropping a Picture in an Excel
To insert a picture into your Office document, click the Picture button on the Insert tab. The Picture Tools format ribbon should now be active. If not, click on the image or click on the Crop button just above the right-click context menu.
Click on the Crop tool on the Picture toolbar.
Click on one of the graphic’s handles with the mouse pointer.
Drag the handle toward the center of the graphic, stopping when you have cropped the desired amount.
You can turn off cropping by clicking on the Crop tool or click anywhere outside the cropping area.
Crop Into a Shape in Excel
you can quickly and easily convert a rectangular image into various shapes such as circles, triangles, stars, arrows, and more.
Click Crop from the Size group on the Format tab. Select Crop to Shape and choose any of the available shapes.
You photo will be cropped into that shape.