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Chart Title. The ChartTitle is a content control placed at the top of each chart control. It is used to display any title information regarding the visualized chart.
When you create a chart in Excel for the web, it doesn't always show a chart title, even when your data includes one. ... Click anywhere in the chart to show the Chart Tools on the ribbon. Click Chart > Chart Title. Click Centered Overlay Title or Above Chart. In the Title text box, type a title for your chart.
Make sure you're working in Excel for the web edit mode. ... Click anywhere in the chart to show the Chart Tools on the ribbon. Click Chart > Chart Title. Click Centered Overlay Title or Above Chart. In the Title text box, type a title for your chart.
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.
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 box. Go to Formula bar and type = Select the cell that you want to show as the chart title. Hit Enter.
On a chart, click the title, label, or text box that you want to link to a worksheet cell, or do the following to select it from a list of chart elements. ... In the formula bar, type an equal sign (=).
To properly label a graph, you should identify which variable the x-axis and y-axis each represent. Don't forget to include units of measure (called scale) so readers can understand each quantity represented by those axes. Finally, add a title to the graph, usually in the form "y-axis variable vs. x-axis variable."
Click anywhere on the chart you want to modify. On the Chart Tools Layout tab, click the Chart Title button in the Labels group. ... Make a selection from the Chart Title drop-down list. ... Double-click the new text box that says Chart Title and drag across the words Chart Title. ... Type the desired title.
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.
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