Lecture Notes for BU 157 - Info Systems Using Micros at Mississippi University for Women (MUW)

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Material Type:Note
Class:BU 157 - Info Systems Using Micros
University:Mississippi University for Women
Term:Spring 2007
  • In/on/at a Place
  • Types of Data
  • Different Types
  • Vertical Axis
  • Horizontal Axis
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Charts April 3, 2007  Charts, more commonly known as graphs, provide a visual representation of the worksheet data (EX 147).  Chart Wizard: o Excel’s Chart Wizard is an easy way to create charts. Through a series of steps, you provide the information to setup the chart (EX 147). o The Chart Wizard consists of four steps: 1) Chart Type – select the type of chart. 2) Chart Source Data – choose the data that is going into the chart. 3) Chart Options – change how the chart looks. 4) Chart Location – specify whether the chart will appear in the same worksheet or a different one.  Chart Type: o Excel has 14 different types of charts, we’ll focus on the following four chart types (EX 149):     Column – values are indicated by the height of the columns. Bar – values are indicated by the length of the bars. Line – values are indicated by the height of the line. Pie – values are indicated by the size of the pie slices. o To select the type of chart,  Select the cells t...
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