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If you wish to modify the data on which the chart is based, you also need to unlock the data cells. You can then enable worksheet protection again, but retain editing rights to the chart and data. Click the "Review" tab in Microsoft Excel and select "Unprotect Sheet" from the Changes group.
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.
By default you cannot resize the chart by dragging the edges, you have to change the page borders in page setup. But another page setup trick is on the chart tab off the dialog, select the Custom size option. The chart sheet is still linked to the margins of the page, but you can resize the chart within the sheet.
Click the chart. Click the Design tab under Chart Tools, and then click the Select Data button. Click the data series you want to delete. Click Remove.
Right-click the sheet tab at the bottom of the screen and select "Unprotect Sheet." Highlight an area of the worksheet you want to unprotect. To highlight several areas at once, hold down the "Control" key while selecting the additional cells. Right-click one of the highlighted areas and select "Format Cells."
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