Join Dennis Taylor for an in-depth discussion in this video Save a chart as a template - use the template for current or new charts, part of Excel Tips Weekly.
- [Voiceover] On this worksheet called chart data,…we're seeing a number of different charts,…all based on the same data.…Let's face it, this is overkill,…we wouldn't have this many in a real life situation.…But let's imagine that you have a favorite…amongst these various options here.…What if you like the chart to the right,…this is the one that has a blue border…and a green inner section here for plot area.…You like that a lot,…you'd like to be able to use that format at other times,…maybe you want to convert the chart below it…to have that kind of a look,…or the chart to the right,…or in different worksheets,…when you're creating a new chart, for example,…you might want to have that same look.…
You can right click any chart,…and potentially save it as a template,…give it a name,…Excel will save this template in a special location,…on your computer,…I would suggest that when you name it,…include some part of the description of it,…it doesn't have to be very long, necessarily,…I'm going to type blue border, green bar chart.…
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