Join Dennis Taylor for an in-depth discussion in this video Converting charts into pictures, part of Excel Tips Weekly.
- In this worksheet we're seeing various charts,…but upon closer inspection you'd come to realize…these are all not really charts.…Let me zoom back a little bit,…I'm holding down control using the mouse wheel.…The chart with the green border…is a true active chart in Excel,…the others the one to the right,…the one below it to the one to the lower left here,…these are all pictures based on…other charts created from the same data.…Now, there could be times when you're…working putting together a production,…you might want to copy charts, put them into PowerPoint,…possibly put them into Word,…or maybe even on an Excel worksheet,…display them in a more dynamic way.…
However, there are some limitations.…Let's first of all point out something here…as I zoom back on the data in the upper left,…all of these charts ultimately come from this data,…but right now the green bordered chart…is truly a chart and none of the others are.…If I make a change, for example,…to the January Domestic total,…maybe I mean to change this to be a 90, I'm correcting it.…
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