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Click the "Insert" tab, click "Bar" from the Charts group, and then select any of the chart types from the drop-down menu's first column. Excel automatically creates a chart with your word variables along the left and data plotted within the chart itself.
Click the "Insert" tab, click "Bar" from the Charts group, and then select any of the chart types from the drop-down menu's first column. Excel automatically creates a chart with your word variables along the left and data plotted within the chart itself.
Open the Excel program. It resembles a white "E" on a green background. Click Blank workbook. ... Enter your data into the spreadsheet. ... Click the top left cell. ... Hold down Shift and click your data's bottom right cell. ... Click the Insert tab. ... Click Recommended Charts. ... Click a chart option.
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.
Open a Microsoft Word document. ... Click in the document where you want to insert your graph. ... Click the Insert tab. ... Click Chart. ... Click a chart format. ... Click OK.
Select the "Insert" tab in the Ribbon at the top of the page. Click the drop-down box for the "Column," "Pie" or "Bar" chart type. These chart types allow number and word variables, where Line charts, Scatter charts, and Area charts require two numeric variables.
Click the "Insert" tab, click "Bar" from the Charts group, and then select any of the chart types from the drop-down menu's first column. Excel automatically creates a chart with your word variables along the left and data plotted within the chart itself.
0:06 0:54 Suggested clip How to Create Excel 2007 Chart with 2 Y axis or X axis - YouTubeYouTubeStart of suggested clipEnd of suggested clip How to Create Excel 2007 Chart with 2 Y axis or X axis - YouTube
Step 1: Identify the y-Intercept. ... Step 2: Label the Axes. ... Step 3: Plot the y-Intercept. ... Step 4: Determine the Slope. ... Step 5: Draw a Line Through the y-Intercept with the Correct Slope. ... Step 6: Verify the Graph.
Select the data for which you want to create a chart. Click INSERT > Recommended Charts. On the Recommended Charts tab, scroll through the list of charts that Excel recommends for your data, and click any chart to see how your data will look. ... When you find the chart you like, click it > OK.
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