Join Richard Harrington for an in-depth discussion in this video Editing data in a chart, part of Excel 2013: Working with Charts and Graphs.
- Now that the chart is created,…there is a link between the table and the new chart.…This means that we can edit the data within…and have things update.…This is important in case information changes…or you need to revisit a graphic and make an update…when things change at the end of the year,…or perhaps you caught an error, and you want to fix it.…Because there's a link, changing it in one place…leads to a change in the other.…Let's take a look at a table here,…and we'll work with some existing data.…In this case, the data has already been…collected from our office,…and people were surveyed to identify…which methods of communication they favored.…
The goal was to find out which types of communication…were deemed essential to collaboration within our office.…Now keep in mind, with this data people were able to…choose more than one type.…So the numbers will not add up to 100%,…but what people were allowed to do was to say…whether or not they thought…a particular type of communication was useful.…Because we're not dealing with data…
- Explain the steps to take to create a chart in Excel.
- Recall the options for customizing an existing chart within Excel.
- Determine which chart type fits best with a set of data.
- Summarize the process of creating a table.
- Identify strategies for clarifying a table.
- List the steps to take to add SmartArt to a project.
Skill Level Appropriate for all
1. Chart Essentials
2. An Overview of Chart and Graph Types
3. Displaying Data with Tables
4. Working with SmartArt
Adding a SmartArt graphic3m 50s
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