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    • Submmitted By: GROUP 1Submmitted To:Mrs. Susan GraceGelido
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    • Recommended It’s smart to start creating your chart in Excel, especially if you have lots of data or if your data changes regularly. Excel can suggest the best chart type to use, based on a quick analysis of your data. But, if all you need is a quick chart for a presentation or report, no problem— you can design one from scratch in PowerPoint or Word. To get started, click one of the product icons on the right side of this slide. prev next
    • Roll over the chart elements to learn more about them In general, it helps to label the different parts of your chart so people don’t have to guess what things mean. After you insert a chart, small buttons appear in its upper-right corner. Click the Chart Elements button to show, hide, or format various things in and around the chart, including titles and legends. Excel: 3 of 6 prev next
    • Roll over STYLE and COLOR tabs to see formatting changes Feel free to customize the look and feel of your chart, but avoid adding a bunch of fill colors or fancy effects. Strive for a design that is simple and modern. Click your chart to make the formatting buttons appear. Then, use the Chart Styles button to quickly swap colors, or to pick a different style of chart. Excel: 4 of 6 prev next
    • Click an option below to learn how you can share your chart At this point, you may want to ask others to take a look at your chart, just to make sure it’s accurate and easy to If your company uses If you save your file to a folder understand. SharePoint, save your file to a on SkyDrive, it’s available on The best way to get feedback library, and then invite others to the web, where others can take a look. look at it right in their is to save your file to a shared browser. location, like a SharePoint library or SkyDrive folder. Then, point people to the file and ask for feedback. Excel: 5 of 6 prev next
    • 1. Click File > Save2. Under Choose a Location, click the SharePoint library where you want to put your file.Tip: If you don’t see the rightlibrary in your location list, clickAdd a Location, click Office365 SharePoint, and then signin. Excel: 5 of 6 prev next
    • Roll over the Share options below to learn more:If you want to work together withothers, there are a few differentways to do it. For example, youcan email people a link to your fileor start a Lync meeting tocollaborate in real time.1. Click File > Share2. Under the Share heading, click the option you want, and then follow the instructions on the right side of the screen. Excel: 5 of 6 prev next
    • When you store your file on SkyDrive,others can open it in their browser,wherever they happen to be—no needto have Office installed.1. Click File > Save As.2. Under Places, click the SkyDrive folder where you want to put your file.Tip: If you don’t see SkyDrive in yourlist, click Add a place, click SkyDrive,and then sign in. If you don’t have aSkyDrive account yet, you can createone for free. Excel: 5 of 6 prev next
    • Roll over the Share options below to learn more:If you want to work together with others,there are a few different ways to do it.For example, you can email people a linkto your file or start a Lync meeting tocollaborate in real time.1. Click File > Share2. Under the Share heading, click the option you want, and then follow the instructions on the right side of the screen. Excel: 5 of 6 prev next
    •  When you copy a chart from Excel and paste it into PowerPoint or Word, you have a choice between five different Paste Options.Roll over the box below that best describes what you’d like to do You want to keep your You want to keep your You want to be able to chart linked to the chart linked to the make changes to the original Excel file original Excel file chart, but don’t want to because of anticipated because of anticipated link to the Excel file changes and… changes and… and… …match the PowerPoint …keep the look from …match the PowerPoint or Word document Excel or Word document You want to be able to make changes to the chart, but You want an exact don’t want to link to the Excel file and… replica of the Excel chart—no further editing …keep the look from Excel required Excel: 6 of 6 prev next
    • Roll over the chart names below to learn more about There are lots of chart types to choose from. each chart type It’s important to pick the one that most effectively shows off your data.On the Insert tab, click Chart. PowerPoint: 1 of 5 prev next
    • 1. In the Insert Chart dialog box, double-click the chart you want.2. In the Excel spreadsheet that appears, replace the default data with your own information.2. Close the spreadsheet. PowerPoint: 2 of 5 prev next
    • Roll over the chart labels to learn more about them In general, it helps to label the different parts of your chart so people don’t have to guess what things mean. After you insert a chart, small buttons appear in its upper-right corner. Click the Chart Elements button to show, hide, or format various things in and around the chart, including titles and legends. PowerPoint: 3 of 5 prev next
    • Roll over STYLE and COLOR tabs to see formatting changes Feel free to customize the look and feel of your chart, but avoid adding lots of fill colors or 3-D effects. Strive for a design that is simple and modern looking. Click your chart to make the formatting buttons appear. Use the Chart Styles button to quickly swap colors, or to pick a different style of chart. PowerPoint: 4 of 5 prev next
    • Click an option below to learn how you can share your chart At this point, you may want to ask others to take a look at your chart, just to make sure it’s accurate and easy to understand. If your company uses If you save your file to a folder The best way to get SharePoint, save your file to a on SkyDrive, it’s available on library, and then invite others to the web, where others can feedback is to save your file take a look. look at it right in their to a shared location, like a browser. SharePoint library or SkyDrive folder. Then, point people to the file and ask for feedback. PowerPoint: 5 of 5 prev next
    • 1. Click File > Save2. Under Choose a Location, click a SharePoint library where you want to put your file.Tip: If you don’t see the rightlibrary in your location list, clickAdd a Location, click Office365 SharePoint, and then signin. PowerPoint: 5 of 5 prev next
    • Roll over the Share options below to learn more:If you want to work together with others,there are a few different ways to do it.For example, you can email people a linkto your file or start a Lync meeting tocollaborate in real time.1. Click File > Share2. Under the Share heading, click the option you want, and then follow the instructions on the right side of the screen. PowerPoint: 5 of 5 prev next
    • When you store your file on SkyDrive,others can open it in their browser,wherever they happen to be—no need tohave Office installed.1. Click File > Save As.2. Under Choose a Location, click the SkyDrive folder where you want to put your file.Tip: If you don’t see SkyDrive in your list,click Add a Location, click Windows LiveSkyDrive, and then sign in. If you don’thave a SkyDrive account yet, you cancreate one for free. PowerPoint: 5 of 5 prev next
    • Roll over the Share options below to learn more:If you want to work together with others,there are a few different ways to do it.For example, you can email people a linkto your file or start a Lync meeting tocollaborate in real time.1. Click File > Share2. Under the Share heading, click the option you want, and then follow the instructions on the right side of the screen. PowerPoint: 5 of 5 prev next
    • Roll over the chart names below to learn more about There are lots of chart types to choose from. each chart type It’s important to pick the one that most effectively shows off your data.On the Insert tab, click Chart. Word: 1 of 5 prev next
    • 1. In the Insert Chart dialog box, double-click the chart you want.2. In the Excel spreadsheet that appears, replace the default data with your own information.2. Close the spreadsheet. Word: 2 of 5 prev next
    • Roll over the chart labels to learn more about them In general, it helps to label the different parts of your chart so people don’t have to guess what things mean. After you insert a chart, small buttons appear in its upper-right corner. Click the Chart Elements button to show, hide, or format various things in and around the chart, including titles and legends. Word: 3 of 5 prev next
    • Roll over STYLE and COLOR tabs to see formatting changes Feel free to customize the look and feel of your chart, but avoid adding lots of fill colors or 3-D effects. Strive for a design that is simple and modern looking. Click your chart to make the formatting buttons appear. Use the Chart Styles button to quickly swap colors, or to pick a different style of chart. Word: 4 of 5 prev next
    • Click an option below to learn how you can share your chart At this point, you may want to ask others to take a look at your chart, just to make sure it’s accurate and easy to understand. If your company uses If you save your file to a folder The best way to get SharePoint, save your file to a on SkyDrive, it’s available on library, and then invite others to the web, where others can feedback is to save your file take a look. look at it right in their to a shared location, like a browser. SharePoint library or SkyDrive folder. Then, point people to the file and ask for feedback. Word: 5 of 5 prev next
    • 1. Click File > Save2. Under Choose a Location, click a SharePoint library where you want to put your file.Tip: If you don’t see the rightlibrary in your location list, clickAdd a Location, click Office365 SharePoint, and then signin. Word: 5 of 5 prev next
    • Roll over the Share options below to learn more:If you want to work together with others,there are a few different ways to do it.For example, you can email people a linkto your file or start a Lync meeting tocollaborate in real time.1. Click File > Share2. Under the Share heading, click the option you want, and then follow the instructions on the right side of the screen. Word: 5 of 5 prev next
    • When you store your file on SkyDrive,others can open it in their browser,wherever they happen to be—no need tohave Office installed.1. Click File > Save As.2. Under Choose a Location, click the SkyDrive folder where you want to put your file.Tip: If you don’t see SkyDrive in your list,click Add a Location, click Windows LiveSkyDrive, and then sign in. If you don’thave a SkyDrive account yet, you cancreate one for free. Word: 5 of 5 prev next
    • Roll over the Share options below to learn more:If you want to work together with others,there are a few different ways to do it.For example, you can email people a linkto your file or start a Lync meeting tocollaborate in real time.1. Click File > Share2. Under the Share heading, click the option you want, and then follow the instructions on the right side of the screen. Word: 5 of 5 prev next
    • See the GettingRate it View the summary Better Results series prev next
    • Create the right chart Format your chart  Available chart types  Change the color or style of a chart  Create a chart in Excel  Format your chart  Create a chart in Word Reuse your chart  Create a chart in PowerPoint  Copy an Excel chart to anotherLabel parts of your chart program  Add a chart title Work with others on your chart  Add axis titles  Save a file to another location (coming  Change axis labels soon!)  Change the format of data labels  Save a file to the Web (coming soon!)  Share a file with other people (coming soon!) prev next
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