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Part III: Jazzing Up the Presentation > Producing Charts and Graphs

Chapter 11. Producing Charts and Graphs

Charts and graphs are the visual representation of a relationship between two or more items. They can show a trend over a period of time or an item’s size in relation to the total. All these relationships can be displayed with bars, pies, lines, and scattered dots. Your charts can be flat or 3-D. PowerPoint can create some complex charts, but keep your audience in mind. Ease of understanding should be your major goal. In this chapter, you’ll learn how to:

  • Use a datasheet to enter information for a graph

  • Display datasheet information using different chart and graph formats

  • Create a graphical representation of the hierarchy within a group


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