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# Statistics Level 3

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Notes on how to create graphs in Word 2003/2004

Notes on how to create graphs in Word 2003/2004

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• Tables ToolbarTo create graphs you need to make a tableYou will need the Tables toolbar. There are two ways of getting the table toolbar. Choose theone that is best for you.1. Go to View – Toolbars – Tables and Borders. Drag the toolbar so it fits under your othertoolbars.2. Or just click on the Tables and Borders button in the Standard Toolbar.Your mouse will now turn to a pencil pointer so you will need to turn it off again by clicking onthe Draw Table button on the Table toolbar. © Jacqui Sharp 2002 updated 2006
• Strip Graphs1. Click on the Table 2. Click in the cellsicon and click and and type thisdrag a table; 4 rows informationby 2 columns Blue 10 Brown 14 Hazel 2 Total 263. Click in the last cell,press the arrow key tomove below the table,press Enter twice and goto Table – Insert –Table.Type in 26 columns andone row © Jacqui Sharp 2002 updated 2006
• Strip Graphs4. The strip graph will now look like this5. Colour each individual square using the Fill Can on the Tables Toolbar5. Remove the lines from the Strip graph by clicking and highlightingthe coloured cells, click on Merge Cells button on the Tablestoolbar, go to Table – Autofit – Fixed column width, type ininformation in the cellsBlue eyes Brown eyes GE © Jacqui Sharp 2002 updated 2006
• Pictograms1. Click on the Table 2. Click in the cells andicon and click and type this informationdrag a table; 4 rows Blue eyesby 2 columns Brown eyes Hazel eyes 3. Click in the cell next to Blue eyes. Click on the Insert Clip Art button © Jacqui Sharp 2002 updated 2006
• Pictograms4. A new sub menu will appearType in the name of the graphic you would liketo find (in this case eyes)Press Enter on the keyboardThe sub menu will change and you will see allthe graphics available.Scroll down to see more.Click in the centre of the graphic and it willappear on your screen.The graphic will appear in your table © Jacqui Sharp 2002 updated 2006
• Pictograms5. Your graphic may be too large. Click on itonce and drag a corner until it is smaller6. While it is still selected press Ctrl C(copy) on the keyboard, click to the rightof the graphic and press Ctrl V (paste)7. Keep pressing Ctrl V topaste more graphics Blue eyes Brown eyes Hazel eyes © Jacqui Sharp 2002 updated 2006
• Pictograms8. Sometimes you need half a graphic to representa number in a pictogram. Click once on the graphicto get the square handles around it (if the Picturetoolbar doesn’t appear go to View –Toolbars-Picture9. Click on the Crop button10. The mouse pointer willchange to that cropping symbol11. Click on the middle handle and drag to the left,you will be left with half a graphic © Jacqui Sharp 2002 updated 2006
• Bar Graphs1. Click on the Table 2. Click in the cells andicon and click and type this informationdrag a table; 3 rows Blue 10by 2 columns Brown 14 Hazel 23. Highlight all the cells by clicking and dragging. Click on the Insert Chart button If the Chart button isn’t there go to View – Toolbars –Customise. Select the tab Commands. Click on Insert .Scroll down the right hand side until you see Chart. Click and drag the Chart button up onto the toolbar © Jacqui Sharp 2002 updated 2006
• Bar Graphs4. If the Datasheet is in the way of the Graph, just click on theTitle Bar and drag it out of the way5. Make changes to yourgraph by going to Chart –Chart Options. Type in aheading for your graph.Name your X and Z axis © Jacqui Sharp 2002 updated 2006
• Bar Graphs6. Make changes to yourGridlines by clicking on theGridlines Tab7. Make changes to theplacement of the legend. ClickOKHint: to get back to maindocument, just click on the whitepart of the page © Jacqui Sharp 2002 updated 2006
• Pie Graphs1. Click on the Table 2. Click in the cells andicon and click and type this informationdrag a table; 3 rows Blue 10by 2 columns Brown 14 Hazel 23. Highlight all the cells by clicking and dragging. Click on the Insert Chart button If the Chart button isn’t there go to View – Toolbars –Customise. Select the tab Commands. Click on Insert .Scroll down the right hand side until you see Chart. Click and drag the Chart button up onto the toolbar © Jacqui Sharp 2002 updated 2006
• Pie Graphs4. If the Datasheet is in the way of the Graph, just click on theTitle Bar and drag it out of the way5. Click on Chart Type button and select PieGraph6. Click on By Columnbutton © Jacqui Sharp 2002 updated 2006
• Pie Graphs7. The graph will look like this8. Make changes to your graphby going to Chart – ChartOptions. Type in a heading foryour graph9. Click on the Tab legend andselect where your legend shouldgo10. Click on the Data Labels Taband select Category name,percentage and legend key.Click Ok © Jacqui Sharp 2002 updated 2006
• Pie Graphs11. Make changes to colours in your pie graph by clickingin the centre of the different parts. Doubleclick and makechanges to your pie graph using this Dialogue box andclicking on the different tabs © Jacqui Sharp 2002 updated 2006
• Leaf and Stem Graphs1. Collect and record your data. This example is the marksfor a Statistics test out of 40. Here are the marks7, 9, 9, 14, 18, 18, 21, 22, 23, 23, 25, 28, 28, 29, 30, 30,31, 32, 34, 34, 34, 36, 37, 38, 38, 39, 40, 40 2. Click on the Table icon and click and drag a table; 5 rows by 2 columns © Jacqui Sharp 2002 updated 2006
• Leaf and Stem Graphs3. You may want to change the size of your numbers, Press Ctrl –A(this will select all of your cells) select a font size from the Size menu4. Type in the numbers 0 – 4 down the first column5. Resize the table by going to Table – Autofit to contents6. Type in the ones numbers in the second column 0 7 9 9 1 4 8 8 2 1 2 3 3 5 8 8 9 3 0 0 1 2 4 4 4 6 7 8 9 4 0 0 © Jacqui Sharp 2002 updated 2006
• Leaf and Stem Graphs7. Change the way your table looks so it looks like a leaf andstem graph8. Press Ctrl –A to select all the cells9. Click on the Outside Border button10. Click on Outside border11. Click on Inside Horizontal Border 0 7 9 9 1 4 8 8 2 1 2 3 3 5 8 8 9 3 0 0 1 2 4 4 4 6 7 8 9 4 0 0 © Jacqui Sharp 2002 updated 2006