Join David Rivers for an in-depth discussion in this video Using chart recommendations, part of Office 2013 First Look.
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Excel 2013 is designed to help you make better decisions, and it's going to do…so by providing recommendations along the way.…We are going to see an example of this now as we continue to work with our…No Obstacles Sport - July 2012 Sales Report.…Let's say we wanted to insert a chart based on some of this data.…First, we will select the data.…Let's go right up to the heading over column A here and click to select the entire column.…Now hold down Alt and Ctrl and click at the very top of column E.…
We now have our two columns selected, and we want to create or insert a…chart based on this data. Of course, that means going to the Insert tab.…We will see something under charts now called Recommended Charts.…Yes, we could go directly to the chart of our choice, but why not have Excel…recommend some charts, charts that would best display this type of data?…By clicking Recommended Charts, we open up a dialog, the Insert Chart dialog with…two tabs, Recommended Charts and All Charts.…
Now we are used to seeing All Charts, but with Recommended Charts we see the top…
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