Add a legend, filtering graphs, and using style options with a graph
- [Voiceover] We'd like to modify…our Resource Overview report slightly more,…so we're going to select the Work Status Area chart…in the report.…Within this report, it's currently two columns side by side.…We wanna modify that to a line for our max units,…so we're gonna right click on the Max Units column…within the chart and select Change Series Chart Type.…In here, we can choose to determine what type of style…we want for each item within the chart.…
Since our max units is currently a clustered column…and we'd like it to be a line chart,…we're gonna select the Line with Markers option,…which will put a point for each point on our chart.…It gives us a sample of what…that chart might look like up above.…We'll press OK to that.…And you'd now have the modified chart.…Now, we wanna make sure that we can see additional items…within this chart, elements, that is.…So we'll go to our Chart Elements and press the +.…
We'll add in data labels for each of the chart items.…When you add in the data elements in this area,…
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- Working with the Report Designer
- Editing templates
- Building resource and team member reports
- Inserting graphs and charts
- Building executive management reports
- Developing a report center
- Creating a milestone dashboard