Adding graphs and charts


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Adding graphs and charts

Inside Microsoft Power Point, you have the ability to add presentation-style graphs and charts, using Excel-like data without ever having to open Microsoft Excel. These are so quick to add that in my own classroom, I often use student data from the first part of the lesson. And then display it to them graphically for the last part of class. For this video, we're working in the Graphs and Charts Presentation, which can be found chapter seven of the exercise files. Here we're going to go ahead and use this blank slide that says Adding Graphs and Charts to quickly add and format a line graph that uses real time student data.

To do this, we're going to go to the Insert Panel. And we're going to select Chart. Under Chart, we've got a variety of options. And we're going to choose to use a Line Graph. I can hover above the preview to see what the graph's going to look like inside my presentation. And then go ahead and click OK. Now Microsoft Power Point has opened up a dialogue box...

Adding graphs and charts
Video duration: 4m 17s 2h 50m Appropriate for all Updated Oct 15, 2015

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Adding graphs and charts provides you with in-depth training on Education + Elearning. Taught by Aaron Quigley as part of the Office for Educators

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Education + Elearning
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