Join David Rivers for an in-depth discussion in this video Changing a chart from one type to another, part of Numbers 3 Essential Training.
When you insert a chart…as we did in the previous movie,…to a Numbers sheet,…you don't have to stay committed to the chart type.…If you want to change it up,…you can always go back and do that…without having to reselect the data.…That's what we're going to do here…with our expense report column chart…that we added in the previous movie.…If you need to get caught up and skip to this movie,…open up KEcoBudget0603.…Now down below, we have our chart,…and it is a two-dimensional column chart.…We see that data and when we select the chart,…we can see the data that's being used.…
We'll probably want to format some things…like a legend and some labels,…so we really know what we're looking at…when we look at the chart.…But for now, we might just simply want to change…the type of chart that we selected.…And that can be easily done by going to the inspector.…Make sure the chart tab is selected.…We're not going to change the chart style at this point.…That's just formatting the current chart type.…We want to change the type altogether,…
- Creating and laying out spreadsheets
- Importing data
- Working with tables
- Adding images to cells
- Performing calculations with formulas and functions
- Creating charts
- Formatting text and numbers
- Including audio, video, and shapes
- Designing templates
- Printing and sharing spreadsheets
Skill Level Beginner
1. Getting Started with Numbers
2. Working with Spreadsheets
3. Working with Tables
4. Working with Table Styles
5. Using Formulas and Functions
6. Working with Charts
7. Working with Text and Numbers
8. Working with Objects
9. Creating Your Own Templates
10. Sharing Your Spreadsheets
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