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Formatting Text on a Chart

Though charts are primarily graphic objects, every chart contains plenty of text in the form of a chart title, axis labels, and a legend. Even though the chart obtains its raw data (including text) from the worksheet, the chart itself controls the appearance of this text, and you can change the text appearance without affecting the appearance of your worksheet data.

Before formatting text on a chart, be aware that all entries that appear within an object on the chart use the same text formatting. For example, if you change the font for the legend, all entries in the legend appear in the same font. You can’t change one legend entry without changing all of them.


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