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Chapter 15. Visualizing Your Message wit... > Choosing Among Word's Extensive Sele...

Choosing Among Word's Extensive Selection of Charts

By default, Graph displays your information in its default chart format: a 3D column chart using standard colors against a gray background with gridlines and a legend. Graph's default chart makes sense in many situations, but you'll often want something else.

Graph gives you plenty of choices. For openers, you can choose from 14 different chart types, most with five to eight variations or subtypes. From there, you can modify every feature of the chart—titles, legends, grids, data series, size, placement, and wrapping—and you can use Word's powerful fill and color capabilities to include gradients, textures, and patterns.


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