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    • Charting Data Table of ContentsPurpose..................................................................................................................................1Data Relationship...................................................................................................................1Insert Chart............................................................................................................................2Appearance Of Chart.............................................................................................................4Summary................................................................................................................................4 Purpose The purpose of this tutorial is to teach basic spreadsheet skills Data Relationship The first thing you need is data that shows a relationship. Examples include mathematical functions, stock market prices over time, rainfall over time, statistical divisions of a population, or divisions of an income that make up a budget. We are taking as an example a statistic of tourism destinations all over the world. 1. Get the sheet1 in the Examples File. 2. Drag the range B5 to C12 and maintain this range selected. Then insert the chart. (Dont worry if you dont know what the numbers mean; we arent concerned with that. The order of the columns matters. Spreadsheet programs typically assume that the column on the left is the variable that is plotted on the horizontal (x) axis of the chart, and the column on the right is the variable that is plotted on the vertical (y) axis.)6chartingdatav-120606152915-phpapp01 Last Modified 2008-07-05 by Page 1 of 4
    • Insert Chart 1. Click the Insert Chart, , icon on the Function Toolbar. The window Chart Wizard appears. Select Column from the options in Chart type. Then click next and another window appears. 2. Change in Data Range $B$7 for $B$5 and also select First row as Label. It will set the first cell of the column data as the Label, which is placed in the row 5. 3. Click Next>> to Data Series. Write NUMBER OF TOURISTS in the label of Data Series , which is the cell placed on $C$5. The Y- Values are the quantity of tourists expressed in the range from $C$6 to $C$12.6chartingdatav-120606152915-phpapp01 Last Modified 2008-07-05 by Page 2 of 4
    • 4. Click Next and the following window appears. Type TOURISM CHART in the Title, in X axis type DESTINATIONS, and CONTINENTS in Y axis. Select Display Grids on both X axis and Y axis. 5. Click on Finish to end the chart, placed by default in Sheet1. You can set it wherever you want on the sheet by dragging it while left button is pressed.6chartingdatav-120606152915-phpapp01 Last Modified 2008-07-05 by Page 3 of 4
    • Appearance Of ChartThe appearance of Chart can be redesigned by clicking on the leftbutton of the mouse and selecting the aspects to modify. If Tips areactivated, a little explanation about the option will appear after a secondbeneath the arrow in the option. For example, the chart can be anchoredto a cell or aligned with the data . Format changes (color, fonts or lines)are also changeable.6chartingdatav-120606152915-phpapp01 Last Modified 2008-07-05 by Page 4 of 4