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If you have a lot of data to present, you may find it easier to do so in the form of a graph or chart. Now Illustrator has graphic and charting functions but to be honest with you, they haven't been updated since Illustrator 6. So the good news is though is that is a tremendous amount of power still involved in that particular feature and whether you bring data in from Excel or any other source as well, you may find it pretty easy to create your charts. But more importantly once those charts are created even though they may appear primitive at first, you can easily dress them up to do just what you want them to do inside of Illustrator.
So let's take a look at some of the graphic and charting functions that you have in this powerful program.
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