CREATING PARETO CHARTS With OpenOffice.org 3.0
What is a Pareto Chart A quality management tool To visualize the most common sources of defects, customer complaints, the...
Why use Openoffice.org ? Most of the (expensive) project mgmt Softwares provide tools to create Pareto charts. However, yo...
Here we go ! Make a table
Step two  Select your data
Step three   Click the graph button
Step four   Select the ‘Column and Line’ type And click FINISH !
Step five   Done ! Beautify to taste and blow your fellow PM’s away with your quick, free and easy Pareto chart.
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How to create a Pareto chart for quality control/project management purposes using Openoffice.org in 5 easy steps

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  • I suggest taking a look at OneClick-Pareto from www.Excel-PremiumUtilities.com, an ultimate Excel based utility for drawing frequencies from any range size and displaying frequency table and appealing Pareto chart. More powerful than PivotTable for one variable
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  • there is an easier way http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IjLzRHi8pbs&feature=share
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Pareto chart using Openoffice.org

  1. 1. CREATING PARETO CHARTS With OpenOffice.org 3.0
  2. 2. What is a Pareto Chart A quality management tool To visualize the most common sources of defects, customer complaints, the highest occuring type of defects, etc ... etc ...
  3. 3. Why use Openoffice.org ? Most of the (expensive) project mgmt Softwares provide tools to create Pareto charts. However, you might not have access to those while you need to visualize your data; OpenOffice.org == free OpenOffice.org == cross platform OpenOffice.org == open standards OpenOffice.org == a wise choice
  4. 4. Here we go ! Make a table
  5. 5. Step two Select your data
  6. 6. Step three Click the graph button
  7. 7. Step four Select the ‘Column and Line’ type And click FINISH !
  8. 8. Step five Done ! Beautify to taste and blow your fellow PM’s away with your quick, free and easy Pareto chart.
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