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Chapter 14. Showcasing Data with Charts,... > Introducing Microsoft Graph

Introducing Microsoft Graph

Word relies on Graph to help you create the charts you want in your documents. Graph is a full-featured graphing utility that enables you to use any of the 14 standard charts or the 20 built-in custom charts. You can also create your own custom chart types when you need to show unique data relationships for your documents. Table 14-1 lists the chart types you can create in Graph.

Table 14-1. Chart Types in Graph
StandardColumn, Bar, Line, Pie, XY (Scatter), Area, Doughnut, Radar, Surface, Bubble, Stock, Cylinder, Cone, Pyramid
CustomArea Blocks, B&W Area, B&W Column, B&W Line-Timescale, B&W Pie, Blue Pie, Colored Lines, Column-Area, Columns with Depth, Cones, Floating Bars, Line-Column, Line-Column on 2 Axes, Lines on 2 Axes, Logarithmic, Outdoor Bars, Pie Explosion, Smooth Lines, Stack of Colors, Tubes



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