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Creating a Graph Chart

A chart often makes numerical data more visual and easier to grasp. With Microsoft Graph, you can create a chart in a document. Just enter your numbers and labels in the datasheet, a spreadsheet-like grid of rows and columns that holds your data in cells (intersections of rows and columns), and watch Graph create the chart, a graphical representation of the data. The chart has an X-axis (horizontal axis) and a Y-axis (vertical axis), which serve as reference lines for the plotted data. (In a 3-D chart, the vertical axis is the Z-axis.) Each data series, all the data from a row or column, has a unique color or pattern on the chart. The chart is made up of different elements that help display the data from the datasheet. You can format chart objects, individual elements that make up the chart, such as an axis, legend, or data series, to suit your needs.


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