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IV. Charts and Graphics > 17. Formatting and Perfecting Charts

Chapter 17. Formatting and Perfecting Charts

In the previous chapter, you learned how Excel charts work and how you can transform ordinary tables of information into graphical representations, complete with columns, bars, lines, and even bubbles. But creating the right chart is only half the battle. The next step is refining your charts so they convey their point more effectively. Often this means tweaking the chart’s formatting, inserting labels, and fine-tuning the scale. But if you’re really ambitious, you’ll want to tackle more advanced professional charting techniques, like trendlines, overlays, and combination charts. These techniques let you turn plain-vanilla charts into polished graphics—like the ones you see in magazines, annual reports, and brochures.


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