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Click on the chart title. Type the equal sign (=) in the Formula bar. ... Click on the cell that you want to link to the chart title. ... Press the Enter button.
Link a chart title, label, or text box to a worksheet cell. To easily update a chart or axis title, label, or text box that you have added to a chart, you can link it to a worksheet cell. Changes that you make to the data in that worksheet cell will automatically appear in the chart.
Click on the Chart Title box. Go to Formula bar and type = Select the cell that you want to show as the chart title. Hit Enter.
Click on the chart title. Type the equal sign (=) in the Formula bar. When you type in the equal sign, please, make sure that it is in the Formula bar, not in the title box. Click on the cell that you want to link to the chart title. ... Press the Enter button.
Select the data you wish to display. If Excel recognizes your data as being a list, you can select any cell within the list. On the Insert tab, in the Charts group, select the type of chart you wish to insert by clicking on it. Select a specific chart.
Click Developer, click Insert, and then click Label . Click the worksheet location where you want the upper-left corner of the label to appear. To specify the control properties, right-click the control, and then click Format Control.
Use a Header. Click the Insert tab. Click the Header & Footer button on the ribbon. ... Click into the text box and type the spreadsheet title. ... Use the Top Row. ... Type the title for the spreadsheet. ... Highlight the text you just typed. ... Title a Chart. ... Click the Add Chart Element button on the ribbon.
Use a Header. Click the Insert tab. Click the Header & Footer button on the ribbon. ... Click into the text box and type the spreadsheet title. ... Use the Top Row. ... Type the title for the spreadsheet. ... Highlight the text you just typed. ... Title a Chart. ... Click the Add Chart Element button on the ribbon.
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Click anywhere in the chart to which you want to add a title. Once you select the chart, the CHART TOOLS will appear in the main toolbar. ... Click on the DESIGN tab. Open the drop-down menu named Add Chart Element in the Chart Layouts group.
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