Join Dennis Taylor for an in-depth discussion in this video Next steps, part of Excel 2016: Charts in Depth.
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The training wraps up with lesson on changing data sources for charts and printing and sharing charts.
- Identifying chart elements
- Selecting the right chart type
- Creating basic charts
- Creating sparklines
- Styling charts
- Moving and resizing charts
- Modifying axes
- Adding labels and gridlines
- Analyzing data with trendlines
- Inserting pictures, shapes, and text boxes
- Customizing column, bar, line, and pie charts
- Creating Gantt charts and other specialized Excel charts
- Changing data sources
- Printing and sharing charts
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Review the Basic Elements of an Excel Chart
2. Create Basic Charts
3. Style Your Charts with the Design Tab
4. Fine-Tune Your Chart Elements
5. Format Tab: Insert Pictures, Shapes, and Text Boxes
6. Adjusting Specific Chart Types
7. Other Specialized Excel Charts
8. New Chart Types in Excel 2016
9. Change a Chart's Data Source
Add new data using a table6m 38s
10. Print and Share Charts
Print your charts6m 15s
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