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# Lesson 19: Charting and Transmitting Worksheet Data - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

Lesson 19: Charting and Transmitting Worksheet Data. Learning Objectives. After studying this lesson, you will be able to: Create a variety of different types of charts Move and size embedded charts Modify, format, and print charts Send a worksheet or workbook via email

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### Lesson 19: Charting and Transmitting Worksheet Data

• After studying this lesson, you will be able to:

• Create a variety of different types of charts

• Move and size embedded charts

• Modify, format, and print charts

• Send a worksheet or workbook via email

• Import web data into a worksheet

• Linked to the data from which they come

• Two locations for charts:

• Embedded in a worksheet with the data

• On a separate worksheet

Tip! If you create a chart and then tap [F11], the chart will be placed on its own worksheet.

• Very important! Select the correct data as the source for the chart.

The ranges A4:A8 and F4:F8 have been selected as the location of the source data for the chart

• Eleven major chart types

• Each has many subtypes

• Create titles for charts and their vertical/horizontal axes

Chart title

Horizontal axis title

Vertical axis title

• Chart Tools appear as contextual tabs of the Ribbon when a chart is selected

• Embedded charts can be moved around the worksheet in which they are embedded

• Can be resized, too

Click and drag with a four-way arrow to move the chart to a new location

When you see a double-arrow, click and drag to resize the chart

• Compare trends over a period of time

• Graphically display the parts of a whole

• Modify any chart object after the chart has been created:

• Size, font, color

• Placement of title

• Number formatting

• Background color

• Add/remove chart elements such as legends

• You can even move an embedded chart to a separate worksheet and vice versa…

• Must first select an element before making changes

• Changes can be made on the Chart Tools tabs or with the formatting commands on the Home tab

• Chart styles will be displayed on the Design tab of the Ribbon

• Based on the type of chart selected

• Preview how charts will appear when printed

• Viewed on the Print tab of Backstage view

• Use same procedures as you would for printing any worksheet

Tip! Color fills and borders may not provide good contrast in charts printed in grayscale. Consider using shades of gray or patterns.

Note! A print previewed chart will display in black and white or in color, depending on the type of printer selected.

• Attach workbook to an email

• Singe worksheet in the body of an email

• Use the From Web command

• Choose how often to refresh data

You must select the table data from a web page to include in a web query