Pasting charts from Excel


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Pasting charts from Excel

You may have already had a chart created in Excel and just want to bring it over to PowerPoint. If that's the case, there is no need to reinvent the wheel. A copy and paste can quickly make this happen. Again, we are going to create a new slide, this time right after slide number 15. Slide 15 shows our Sales Results in a tabular format, using numbers. We are going to go ahead and re-create this slide using the chart that we've already created in Excel. Let's go ahead and make a new slide. I'll pull down New Slide menu and choose Title and Content.

I am going to give this slide the same name as the previous one, Sales Results. This way, as we transition from 15 to 16, the audience is going to see a smooth transition from data to chart. Let's head over to our Assets folder where we have the Quarterly Sales Results Excel Workbook ready to go. In the second tab of this workbook is the sales chart. I'm going to select it and then hit either Copy, Ctrl+C, or from the Home men...

Pasting charts from Excel
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Pasting charts from Excel provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by David Diskin as part of the PowerPoint 2010 Essential Training

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