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Chapter 13. This is Your Brain on Graphs > Applying Automated Changes to a Grap...

Applying Automated Changes to a Graph

Remember the six basic steps required to create a graph in Illustrator? (If not, you can refresh your memory by peeking at the “Creating a Graph” section at the beginning of this chapter.) So far, I've exhausted the first four. Step 5 encouraged you to apply automated changes using the Graph Type dialog box. That's what these next sections are all about.

To access these options, select the graph you want to edit and double-click the graph tool icon in the toolbox, or choose Object » Graphs » Type, or right-click (Control-click on the Mac) and choose Type. Illustrator displays the Graph Type dialog box, shown in Figure 13.22. This dialog box is quite complicated and provides access to a bunch of options that you don't see on first perusal, including two other dialog boxes.


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