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Chapter 8. Charting (Graphing) the Works... > Changing the Appearance of 3-D Chart...

Changing the Appearance of 3-D Charts

Most charts are flat, two-dimensional graphics that are slightly more visually appealing than the data they represent. To create a truly dramatic effect, consider using one of the three-dimensional charts. The third dimension can create a dramatic effect, lifting your data right off the page. With a third dimension, bar charts begin to look like high-rise buildings and pie charts look like actual pies.

The third dimension also enables you to rotate and tilt the chart to accentuate its three-dimensional appearance. To rotate or tilt the chart, follow these steps:


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