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In the last lesson, we looked at adding and formatting text in a presentation.
In this lesson, we're going to learn how to use charts in a presentation.
This lesson is divided into seven different topics.
The first topic will demonstrate how to create a chart
and the second topic will show you how to select and change the chart type.
The third topic will introduce you to adding and removing chart titles,
while the next topic will introduce you to adding data labels.
The fifth topic will demonstrate how to change chart colours.
The last two topics will be about creating an organisation chart
and editing an organisation chart.
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Charts are a great way to show data graphically and present statistics in a more appealing, visual way.
This helps the audience to better understand numbers, comparisons and trends.
To add a chart to a presentation, follow these simple steps:
First, click on the 'Insert' tab.
Next, click on the 'Chart' command in the 'Illustrations' group. When you do this, a box labelled 'Insert Chart' will appear.
On the left-hand side of this box, you will see a range of options, featuring lots of different chart types to choose from. Select the first option ‘Column’.
Now select the type of column chart that you want to use. There are lots of options, such as 'Clustered Column', 'Stacked Column', 'Clustered Cone' and 'Clustered Pyramid'. The title of each option appears when you pass the mouse over the icon. For our illustration, let's select the first option on the top row, which is 'Clustered Column'. Select it and click OK.
When you click OK, a chart and a spreadsheet appear. Basically, the spreadsheet will be the 'source' to create your chart. All you have to do is input your information into the spreadsheet – as you do it, the same information will appear on the chart.
So let's see what happens when we input some figures. Enter your data on the spreadsheet.
As you can see, the chart has been created.
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