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Part: III Microsoft Excel > Charts and Graphs

Chapter 13. Charts and Graphs

Numeric information is often easiest to understand when presented graphically. In Excel, you can create a default chart with a single keystroke or create a more complex chart by using the helpful Chart Wizard. You can choose from nearly two dozen chart styles, including bar, column, line, area, pie, scatter, bubble, and radar charts—and many of them can be 3-D.

After Excel has generated a chart, you can tailor it to suit your needs. You can add, edit, or delete titles, labels, legends, and gridlines. You can also add, change, or remove color, patterns, or shading, as well as change the scale, labeling, and look of the axes. If you later edit a chart's source data, the chart will automatically reflect the new values.


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