Excel 2007 Tutorials - Charts and Graphics
Following points will be covered in next pages:
- What is a chart and how it works
- Unlike the orderly rows of numbers and labels that fill most worksheets, charts float above your data, locked inside special box-like containers. To take advantage of these chart boxes, you need to understand a little more about how they work.
- After you select the data to use in a chart, the next step is to select the type of chart. Learn which chart type is suitable for your chart.
- Learn how to print a chart. Depends on the type of chart you've created. You can print embedded charts either with worksheet data or on their own. Standalone charts, which occupy separate worksheets, always print on separate pages.
- Its easy to chart and list that contains two columns you want to graph one with text labels and one with numeric data. But in real life, you'll need to deal with many different types of data that occupy many different configurations on your worksheet
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