Learn how to insert a chart in Word using the power of Excel. Learn how to edit the chart data, choose a style, and edit various chart elements.
- [Instructor] Many of the Microsoft Office programs…share the same resources, which is why…you can insert a great looking chart…into your Word document, and use the power of Excel…to edit and modify it.…That's what we're going to do…in this week's Word Tip.…We're going to work with this file if you have it,…Press_release016 from the Exercise Files.…If you don't have Exercise Files, not to worry,…you can follow along with a new blank document if you like.…This just gives us a place to insert our chart…in between the last two paragraphs,…so that's where we want to click to see…our flashing cursor, when we go up to the Insert tab.…
In the Illustrations group, we find Chart.…Now clicking Chart here is actually going to…allow us to choose a chart, just like we'd see…in Microsoft Excel.…We'll just start with the column…that appears there by default.…We can make adjustments later, and when we click OK,…you're going to notice something happen.…There it is, Chart in Microsoft Word,…but you'll notice the table and the color scheme…
Skill Level Intermediate
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Outlook 2016 Essential Trainingwith Jess Stratton2h 49m Beginner
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