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Ch 15: Create a Chart in Excel

About This Chapter

Watch these engaging videos for step-by-step instructions on how to create charts and graphs in Excel. Our experts can help you master the skills necessary to effectively use this important tool.

Create a Chart in Excel: Chapter Summary

Charts offer an efficient and highly visual way to communicate data. In Excel, you can choose from several different types of charts, such as pie, column, bar or line charts, to best display relationships among data values. This chapter will not only show you how to create charts and graphs, but also how to make changes to them.

These videos break down each step to creating and editing charts and graphs so you are easily able to grasp the information and apply it to your own work. Each lesson includes an interactive quiz to allow you to test your comprehension of the skills covered by the instructor.

Topics covered in this chapter include:

  • Overview of chart and graph options
  • Switching between types of charts
  • Adding more data to your graphs
  • Rearranging data in charts and graphs
  • Using the Quick Analysis tool

(Note: All demonstrations in this chapter will use Microsoft Excel 2013. Certain features, tools or displays may be different in other versions.)

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