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Chapter 11. Printing > Printing a Chart

Printing a Chart

Charts, which are graphic representations of your Excel data, let you communicate lots of information with a picture. Depending on your data and the type of chart you make, you can show trends across time, indicate the revenue share for various departments in a company for a month, or project future sales using trend line analysis. Once you have created a chart, you can print it to include in a report or use in a presentation.

If you embed a chart in a worksheet, however, the chart will probably obscure some of your data unless you move the chart to a second page in the worksheet. That’s one way to handle printing a chart or the underlying worksheet, but there are other ways that don’t involve changing the layout of your worksheets.



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