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Click the "Format" tab, select the "Chart Area" drop-down menu from the Current Selection group, choose "Horizontal (Category) Axis" and click "Format Selection." Click the "Axis Options" arrow to expand the section and select "Date Axis." Click the "Base" drop-down menu and select "Months."
Enter your data into Excel. Choose one of nine graph and chart options to make. Highlight your data and 'Insert' your desired graph. Switch the data on each axis, if necessary. Adjust your data's layout and colors. Change the size of your chart's legend and axis labels.
Right-Click on any cell within the Dates column and select Group from the fly-out list. Then select Month in the dialog box. Using the Starting at: and Ending at: fields, you can even specify the range of dates that you want to group if you don't want to group the entire list.
While grouping dates, you can select more than one options. By default, Months option is already selected. You can select additional option along with Month. ... It picks the 'Starting at' date and 'Ending at' date based on the source data. If you want, you can change these.
In the Create PivotTable dialog box, check the option you need in the Choose where you want the PivotTable report to be placed section. ... Click OK to create the pivot table. ... Then go to the pivot table, right click anywhere under the Row Labels head, and select Group.
Right-click on one of the dates in the pivot table. In the popup menu, click Group. In the Grouping dialog box, select Days from the 'By' list. For 'Number of days', select 7. The week range is determined by the date in the 'Starting at' box, so adjust this if necessary. ... Click OK.
Note: In Excel 2016, dates are automatically grouped. ... From the Analyze tab (Options tab Excel 2010) in the Group group click Group Field. The Grouping dialog box will be displayed. From the By list select how you want the data grouped.
Highlight the cells containing the data you want to display in the graph. Navigate to the 'Insert' tab on the top banner. In the Charts group click the 'Line' button. Under '2D' choose your preferred line type.
Select the data to include on the chart. Include any cells that contain text labels that should be in the chart, too. ... On the Insert tab, click a chart type. (Use the buttons in the Charts group.) ... Click the subtype you want. A new chart is created and placed on the current sheet as a floating object.
Select the cells you want to chart, including the column titles and row labels. These cells will be the source data for the chart. ... From the Insert tab, click the desired Chart command. ... Choose the desired chart type from the drop-down menu. ... The selected chart will be inserted in the worksheet.
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