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Creating and Editing Charts in Excel 2013

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Some of the most powerful and useful features in Microsoft Excel are those that help you chart and graphically represent your data. In this presentation, Jerry Swiatek will demonstrate how to preview and create a chart from existing data using both the Quick Analysis Tool and the Recommended Charts option, which helps you select the optimum chart to display your data. He will also show how to edit and enhance those charts by changing elements such as data labels and styles. In addition, you will discover how to use animation to make your chart come alive when source data is changed.


Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: General
Last aired on: Thursday, July 11, 2013 @ 11:00 AM EDT
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Business Education, Desktop Applications, Microsoft, Workplace
Tags: chart animations, chart styles, charting features, create charts, data labels, DOL711, edit charts, Microsoft Excel 2013, Microsoft Office 2013, new features, Quick Analysis Tool, Rcommended Chart option, spreadsheets, workbooks, worksheets

Reviews (11)

Full Member
Thanks for the 411 Jerry...again, a very in depth look
Full Member
Great webinar very informative!!
Full Member
Very helpful presentation. Our county just updated to Microsoft 2013.
Basic Member
Our district is stillusing Microsoft Office 2010. However, I'm hoping that if the budget constraints improve, we'll upgrade. Thanks for the information.
Full Member
Certainly helpful to me as the Administration is still debating whether or not to upgrade Office 2010 to Office 2013. Thanks.
Full Member
What a great presentation, Jerry. Thanks helping me to feel a little more at ease about Excel. I will pass information about your webinar on to my colleagues.
Full Member
Thank you!
Full Member
Thank you for the great info!
Full Member
Outstanding presentation.
Full Member
It looks easier than previous excel. Thanks for sharing
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