The Essentials of Working with Excel 2010 Charts
The essentials of creating and working with Excel 2010 charts will show you everything you need to know to convert your numbers into charts that can help your audience understand the meaning behind the data and make that data stand out.
When you add a chart to an Excel 2010 worksheet, a Chart Tools Design tab appears in the Ribbon. You can use the buttons on the Chart Tools Design tab to customize the chart type and style. The Design [more…]
When charting values, Excel 2010 isn't always careful how it formats the values that appear on the y-axis (or the x-axis when using some chart types). If you're not happy with the way the values appear [more…]
After you create a new chart in an Excel 2010 worksheet, you can easily move or resize the embedded chart. Whenever an embedded chart is selected (as it automatically is immediately after creating it or [more…]
Excel 2010 automatically embeds new charts on the same worksheet as the source data, but you may find it easier to work with a chart if you move the chart to its own chart sheet in the workbook. [more…]