Adding data to a chart from multiple tables


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Adding data to a chart from multiple tables

You can create a chart in Numbers '09 that uses data from more than one table. Our Running Club spreadsheet has three separate tables, but we can use data from each to create a single chart. First, we select data from one of the tables to create the chart. Let's select the cells beginning with Men's Total in our first table, and drag all the way down to the September row. Now we'll create a chart. Click the Charts button on the Toolbar, and let's create a Mixed Chart, so we can use different chart types.

Automatically our default table appears. We can stretch this out so it's a little bit easier to read some of the labels across the bottom. And now it's time, with our chart selected, to choose some additional data from those other tables. All we do is hold down the Command key on the keyboard while we select the data. Let's click and drag from Women's Total in our second table all the way down to the September row. Notice that data is automatically ...

Adding data to a chart from multiple tables
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Adding data to a chart from multiple tables provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by David Rivers as part of the Numbers '09 Essential Training

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Business
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