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Q1:How did you get those two charts on a slide to show both a stacked and clustered column chart?
A1: That's the beauty of the Content layout. Choosing two content layouts next to each other did the trick. After that, all we had to do was copy and paste the data from one datasheet into the other to see the identical plotted values.

To return to one chart, we delete the second one and the Content placeholder, select the remaining chart, and stretch it out to a larger size.

Q2:Why does my pie chart look really weird?
A2: We'll cover the specifics of pie charts in the next hour, but if you did not specify a single row for your pie chart data, Microsoft Graph will be confused by multiple sets of percentages.
Q3:I tried to reformat and modify my chart and got all confused. Because Undo is limited in Microsoft Graph, what are my options?
A3: We'll reformat our chart more specifically in the next hour, but generally, creating a new datasheet or copying and pasting your data into a new datasheet and starting from scratch is better than trying to reconstruct a chart after it's hopelessly damaged.


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