Formatting general chart attributes


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Formatting general chart attributes

When you create a chart in Numbers '09, default formatting is applied to the chart type you select. Of course, you can change this formatting to suit your own needs. Let's work with our Distance Comparison chart in our Running Club Data spreadsheet. Click once to select it first. Now, we can adjust general formatting for the entire chart and one option is to use the Format Bar. For example, you will find the Chart Options button. Click this button to view currently selected options such as the Legend, which appears across the bottom of our chart but we can also turn on or off other options like Hidden Data or in this case, let's click Show Title. This displays the title of our chart across the top.

We also have buttons for adjusting the X and Y axes. Click the X Axis button and here you'll see check marks next to certain options. If we want a border around our chart, we can select Show Chart Borders. Let's click the Y-axis button and this is ideal for showing tick ...

Formatting general chart attributes
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Formatting general chart attributes 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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