Join Aaron Quigley for an in-depth discussion in this video Printing workbooks and charts, part of Office for Students.
As students, you're often asked to not just create…work but also display that work, or present that work.…While using Microsoft Excel, you have the ability to quickly create visual charts.…This is not only a great way to display data, but…also allows for lot of flexibility in how you display that data.…We're going to look at a few of the tools…that'll help you make the most of Microsoft Excel charts.…We're going to start this video by using some lab data…that's available in the spending workbook in the exercise files.…The first thing I'm going to do is go ahead and create…a very basic chart.…I'm going to go ahead and highlight this entire section of data that's from a lab.…Here I've got some titles, such as experiment, and the height in centimeters.…
I have the name of the experiment, as well as the resulting heights.…I'm going to choose a column for this data, but I'm…going to be a little different on how I present this.…I'm going to come down and I'm going to use Clustered Pyramid.…So now I have pyramids that represent the…
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