The top tool for number–crunching now offers a vastly improved charting function to help you give those numbers dimension and relativity. And here′s Mr. Spreadsheet to help you make the most of it.
John Walkenbach clearly explains all of Excel′s charting features and shows you how to choose the right chart for your needs. You′ll learn to modify data within the chart, deal with missing data, format your chart, use trend lines, and create charts from pivot tables. You′ll be able to use AutoShapes, dress up your charts with graphics, and more, all with clear direction from the leading Excel expert.
Mr. Spreadsheet′s Chart Toppers
- Chart Topper # 1 Create high–impact effects
Chart Topper # 2 Match your chart to your data
Chart Topper # 3 Customize charts with graphics
Chart Topper # 4 Construct "impossible" charts
Chart Topper # 5 Build interactive charts
Part I: Chart Basics.
Chapter 1: Introducing Excel Charts.
Chapter 2: Understanding Chart Types.
Chapter 3: Working with Chart Series.
Chapter 4: Formatting and Customizing Charts.
Chapter 5: Working with Trendlines and Error Bars.
Chapter 6: Working with Shapes and Other Graphics.
Part II: Mastering Charts.
Chapter 7: Creating Interactive Charts.
Chapter 8: Charting Techniques and Tricks.
Chapter 9: In–Cell Charting Techniques.
Chapter 10: Mathematical and Statistical Charting Techniques.
Chapter 11: Using Pivot Charts.
Chapter 12: Avoiding Common Chart–Making Mistakes.
Chapter 13: Just for Fun.
Part III: Mastering Charts.
Chapter 14: VBA Overview and Basic Examples.
Chapter 15: Advanced VBA Examples.
Chapter 16: Working with Colors.
Part IV: Appendixes.
Appendix A: What s on the CD–ROM?
Appendix B: Other Charting Resources.
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