Add data labels to each line in the chart
- [Voiceover] We've created a cost overview report.…We've added some features into it.…However, we want to continue to advance this report…a little further.…Now, I'd like to expand the text box at the top…to match up with similar reports before…and instead of just clicking and dragging,…I want more control over the actual size…so I'm going to right click on that chart object…and select Format Shape…and in the Format Shape option,…I'm going to resize that box to a specific size…so I'm going to change it to .7…by 9.4 in width.…
As you can see as I change the object,…it's become on top of a previous object…so I'm going to move those objects down now…so I really have control over that size…and can really define exactly what size it is.…I'm going to scroll down here…so I select all of these items by clicking and dragging…and I'll move those items down now.…Now, I may also want to bring the bottom section up…and eliminate some of this extra space…so I'll select all of those…and I'll move those up.…
Now, there is an item in here that came with the report…
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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